Earlier today, I spent some time with a drone photographer, creating a video tour of an exceptional listing. The dolphin show up at the end of the dock every few visits and I’ve encountered a resident hawk on the last two visits. After a long day, starting with email at 7AM, my wife, […]
Will we become a pedestrian city over time and are we halfway there? If you consider the changes over time, including the waterfront park, public bicycle parking, generous sidewalks and emphasis on diversity, mixed use and quality of life, we’ve been trending toward New Urbanism for years. You could say we’re trending back toward […]
Not only do we have 8 flags, we were also flying Some of those flags 453 years ago….three years longer than St. Augustine? I think I’ll settle for more flags.
The map to the right (1733) is interesting, in itself. As a native, I tend to forget the sheer number of coastal settlements. There […]
NHC Image of projected path for Erika on 8/26/2015 at 5PM. Go to the National Hurricane Center for Current Information.
Watching the news, www.weather.com , www.nhc.noaa.gov and various forecasting tools online, we all should pay attention to storms like Erika. The projected path can change and evacuation in Florida is far from simple. If you […]
I have no idea what caused the wreck, but ….well, lot of chips on the road and one lucky pickup! The falling truck barely missed crushing the cab and, I’m sure, the driver. Looking at fatality and fault statistics, it is worth driving defensively around large trucks, with a far more difficult time stopping or […]
Thriving for as long as I can remember….great hardware stores never die.
Definitely a contractor’s place to find anything missing on a job. Running out of wall space for “best of the best” awards.
There aren’t many places you can find old-fashioned service and everything….down to a single mail. Amelia Island Paint and […]
O’Kanes before work began…date unknown.
The trend in Fernandina is moving in the same direction. We’ve had our share of local micro breweries, but the brew pub and more tourist-friendly version, designed to be light, open and offer a view of the process will soon be complete. The entry will be open, light and […]
Ever hear “There isn’t anything to do…..”? A few of the events in the coming few days.
The Fox on the Fairway Amelia Community Theatre Sunday, June 21, 2015, 2 – 4:30pm The ‘Lend Me a Tenor’ playwright sets this modern-day farce at a country club during a golf tournament between clubs with a […]
JACKSONVILLE, Fla.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Rayonier Advanced Materials (NYSE:RYAM) announced today that it has entered into a non-binding letter of intent (LOI) with Borregaard ASA to form a joint venture (JV) at its Fernandina Beach facility for the manufacturing, marketing and sale of natural lignin-based products. The new company will be owned 45 percent by RYAM and 55 […]
The festival has been ongoing for the past week, but almost invisible to locals. I had the pleasure of meeting the director of tonight’s feature film, “The Better Half”. The films are generally all independent efforts by film makers from across the world. People are here from across the country, Europe, Asia, and yes….even […]