Tim jokes (and so does my brother) that if there is an old cemetery within 10 square miles of where we are, I will find it. And the more we travel the more its seems that they aren’t far from the truth. I never really […]
More times than I would care to admit, Tim and I have found ourselves exploring a part of sarasota unbeknownst to us. And every time we are completely enamored by what we discover. A few weekends ago we made our way to Historic Spanish Point, […]
Tim and I had a non-traditional traditional wedding in the grand scheme of weddings. We didn’t have assigned seating, we had 2 MOH and 2 best men, my little sister was the flower girl, and everything was pretty DIY. Even though I come from a Catholic […]
The architecture is stunning, everywhere you look there are little reminders of the distant travels The Ringling’s took and the details of wanderlust they brought back with them. With every turn of a corner inside the house and outside there is wonder and beauty that abounds.
As travelers, sometime we take for granted our own backyards. We are so quick to plan the next adventure we forget to look at home for great and fun things to do. We recently went on a “know where you live” expedition across Sarasota/Bradenton to […]
One of our favorite day trips in Florida is up I-75 to a small Tampa Bay town known for its Greek food and sponges. Right outside of Tampa and about an hour and a half from Sarasota, Tarpon Springs never lets me down. When we […]
This town has so much to offer that my honest advice to any one is simple: Park your car on Front Street and just walk. Here’s my list of things you should check out while you’re there.
One of the coolest things about the college though, has less to do with the campus and more to do with who is in charge of it! Here’s a very brief look at the beautiful campus’s history.