Enjoy this digest of September 13 through September 26, 2017 stories curated from various media and online mentions.
4X in 5 Years: Monster Transmission makes Inc. 5000 list
Making Inc. Magazine’s 5000 list is quite an accomplishment, but doing it for 4 times within 5 years is an even bigger one.
Florida's 13 Best Outdoor Festivals in Fall 2017
Fall has arrived in the Sunshine State, and what we lack in fall foliage we make up for in our variety of outdoor festivals.
10 Best Caves in Florida
Some of Florida's most treasured and impressive natural wonders are beautiful and mysterious caves.
Becoming a Weeki Wachee Mermaid
Enthusiasts of kitschy Florida are well aware of Weeki Wachee Springs and the beloved tourist attraction featuring graceful mermaids swimming about for sold-out shows in the 18-seat submerged theater.
Fall fun at Sweetfields Farm
It's opening weekend for the fun at the Fall Festival at the Farm. Enjoy all new activities as well as some old favorites -- the Hay Ride, the Hay Maze, the Hay Playarea, picnic area, duck race, Spider Web Maze, the treehouse, the story teller, a free craft of the season, and visit the animals.
15 Unbelievable Florida Corn Mazes You Need to Visit This Fall
There’s a few seasonal traditions that come to mind when you think of Fall. Apple picking, carving pumpkins, watching the leaves change, and exploring your local corn maze!
Maze at Harvest Moon Farm
Get lost and found in the 5-acre Minion maze and play Maize-o-poly. Two mazes will keep you moving, along with a 70-foot jumping pillow, cow train ride, pumpkin patch, mineshaft slide, spinning wizzer and pumpkin bowling.
Meeting a Weeki Wachee Mermaid!
DREAMS DO COME TRUE! I had heard of Weeki Wachee Springs for a while. My mom (who grew up in Florida,) remembers going to visit as a child, so it's been around a long time, but I've never been.
Tickets on Sale for "Taste of the Fields Chef Competition"
Tickets are now on sale for the popular “Taste of the Fields Chef Competition” being held Saturday, October 28, 2017, from 5:30 pm to 10 pm at the historic Chinsegut Hill Manor House in Brooksville.
Experiencing Hurricane Irma
We chose to “ride out” hurricane Irma in our block home in the woods of eastern Hernando County because:
we have several pets: 2 dogs, 2 cats and one horse
the horrible traffic jams on the freeway scared us
our home made it through 2004’s three hurricanes
I refuse to buy into the “hype” of our modern media age
no-one, not even Paul Delgado, really knows where a storm will hit.