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The Calm After the Storm: Cleaning Up After Hurricane Irma

The big hurricane of the season for our area just roared through. This was one of the most powerful storms I can remember there being in the Tampa Bay area since I’ve been alive. We’re fortunate enough to have only had minor damage compared to what could have occurred. Still, there was a lot of destruction throughout the area. A big part of Continue reading The Calm After the Storm: Cleaning Up After Hurricane Irma

Sand Key Surf Going Off & Honeymoon around Sunset

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New Joint-Use Community Library

That stand alone archaic library building nestled among the centuries old tall oak trees on the Clearwater campus of Saint Petersburg College is being replaced by a new joint-use library.  The city is teaming up with the college on this 15 million dollar project which will serve the needs of citizens and students. The groundbreaking for the project is taking place tomorrow morning at 9:30am.  The college president Doctor Law and the Clearwater mayor George Cretekos will provide the opening remarks.

Fourth of July Fireworks in Clearwater, Florida

Every year Clearwater hosts the most breath-taking display of fireworks for miles around. The fourth of July fireworks show is a big event for the area, pulling hundreds of boats into the bay, and even more viewing from the surrounding land masses. People from all around town visit the area just for this annual celebration. It is a fantastic way to celebrate America’s independence from Britain. Continue reading Fourth of July Fireworks in Clearwater, Florida

Beach Snook

This fishing trip was a snook fishing trip.  We started our trip around 3pm, after the daily temperatures had peaked, and the day began to start cooling back down.  We planned our trip around where Travis and I thought the snook would be.  Just two weeks ago the snook were stacked up inside the coves during the spring high tides, but we were anticipating the fish thick on the beaches and in the passes. Continue reading Beach Snook