Alan on January 19th, 2009

If you are vacationing in Grayton Beach or the nearby communities of Watercolor, Seaside or any of the small town along Highway 30A and need a cup of coffee, a nice lunch of just a place to relax and unwind then PJ’s Coffee in Redfish Village is the place to go. PJ’s Coffee also houses [...]

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Alan on January 15th, 2009

Back in September of 2008 my wife and I took a much needed vacation for a week and spent it in Grayton Beach in the Florida Panhandle. It was one of the most relaxing vacations we have ever taken mainly because we had a beautiful home to stay in and because the location along Highway [...]

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Alan on January 12th, 2009

Mount Rainier is covered in lush old forest growth giving it a truly woodland feel. There are also beautiful meadows spread out all over the park. Wildflowers and exotic plants can be found in and around the volcano and park and are an attraction to flower and plant enthusiasts as well as casual observers. The [...]

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Alan on January 11th, 2009

The United States National Park system is one of the best organizations of beautiful natural park settings in the world. Mount Rainier National Park located in the state of Washington is the fifth oldest National Park in the country and is the only one with an episodically active volcano. Mount Rainier’s current summit is 14,411 [...]

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Southern Living readers rated the Smoky Mountain destinations of Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge as the number 1 best “Weekend Getaway” in the United States and at 5th place for “Best Family Destination” in the magazines annual Readers Choice poll. The complete results covering 14 categories of travel related destinations, attractions and activities is available in [...]

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