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Just where Miami-Dade and Monroe Counties meet, you’ll find Alabama Jack’s. “Docked” off Card Sound Road, before the bridge to Key Largo,  a slice of real Florida still exists. For more insight about the adventures enjoyed by AJ’s eclectic mix of loyal fans, see my latest article in Pinecrest Lifestyle Magazine: Pinecrest.Alabama Jacks.7-2016  

I don’t think too many people really know much about Pensacola.  I know most Floridians don’t.  Even if you look it up, read reviews, ask around, you don’t come up with much.  You might find out that the naval air station is big, people like to fish and it’s in the Central time zone. I was here in 1976 with the state Bicentennial Commission when they were designating and placing a historic… Read More

Only in the Florida Keys . . . The first time I heard about hand-feeding Tarpon I was with a Nat Geo crew helping film some crocs in my South Florida neighborhood. Today I found the quaint feeding spot quite by accident. We were looking for a good lunch stop in the middle Keys and decided to try the Hungry Tarpon. Don’t be put off by the shabby-chic exterior appearance, this is… Read More

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