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Travel on a Budget April 30th, 2015 by Karen Olson House

With a little research, you can save money and still have fun When I was growing up, my family did not have money for expensive vacations. But my parents loved to travel, so when we visited relatives we made the...


Get the recognition you deserve. Participate in the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission’s catch-and-release program called TrophyCatch. Get your picture on the website and have a chance to win prizes, including lures, rods and reels, gift cards and up to $10,000 cash. Go to www.myfwc.com/ fishing/freshwater/fishing-tips/anglerrecognition for more information about this and other FWC recognition programs. Photo by Andy Bowlin
Don’t Forsake Tried-and-True Favorites April 30th, 2015 by Curtis Condon

  Fishing catalogs feature hundreds of dazzling new lures each year. Who hasn’t been tempted to try a new doodad or two? Just make sure to leave room in your tackle box for these three types of tried-and-true bass busters....


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The Top-10 Reasons I Photograph April 30th, 2015 by Dave LaBelle

Borrowing from CBS late-night host David Letterman’s “Top-10” approach, I have assembled my top-10 reasons for photographing. How many of these would you list as motives for your photography? No. 10—I’m terrible at living or participating in my own life....


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Sweet Spots April 28th, 2015 by

Readers share some of their favorite golf...


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Couple Call Dome Home April 28th, 2015 by Lori Tobias

About one mile into the last stretch of road leading to the Wisner place, the pavement gives way to gravel and a sign announces “narrow winding road.” There’s not another soul in sight and not much to suggest that there...


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Fishing With a Purpose April 1st, 2015 by Curtis Condon

Let’s face it, most of us will never catch a record-breaking fish. We have a better chance of winning the lottery. Not to worry. There are other ways to demonstrate fishing prowess and create fodder for storytelling sessions back at...


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The Bobby Doerr Story April 1st, 2015 by Dave LaBelle

Bobby Doerr has embraced five great loves in his life: family, faith, friends, fishing and baseball. He graduated from Freemont High School in Los Angeles in 1936. A year later, he began his major league baseball career with the Boston...


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A Cycling Haven in the Hills April 1st, 2015 by Victoria Hampton

Coastal Mountain Sport Haus inspired by trip to Northern Italy By Victoria Hampton Bassano Del Grappa in Northern Italy isknown for its bounty of white asparagus, hospitality and scenic cycling routes at the foothills of the Venetian Prealps. Having cycled...


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An Uncommon Bond April 1st, 2015 by David LaBelle

Caregiver Shuree Sleeper has been a bright spot in the life of 96-year-old baseball Hall of Famer Robert “Bobby” Doerr for nearly a half century Story and photos by David LaBelle “Good morning, Bob,” Shuree Sleeper shouts, greeting the oldest...


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Beekeeping: How Sweet It Is February 27th, 2015 by Victoria Hampton

  Threatened honeybees important to economy, agriculture By Victoria Hampton Small clouds of smoke fill the air as Clint Carl uses a smoker to calm a box of bees before his inspection. Once the buzzing of the disturbed bees becomes...