by Les Harrison It can be pretty discouraging to step out one morning to find a lawn pock-marked like the lunar surface. Stunned surprise then anger is usually the owner’s response. The offender is not… Read More
Autumn in Wakulla County is typified by several activities which have a longstanding tradition for both male and female residents. Of course, FSU football is at the top of the list with the team expected… Read More
Perceptions of reality are always based on a point-of-view. Change the perspective and the object’s features, benefits and negative traits are all altered. This is especially true with one of Wakulla County’s most easily identified… Read More
by Les Harrison November’s frosty nights stand in stark contrast to the warmer eves of a few weeks back. The raucous chirp of crickets has been replaced with a deafening silence, interrupted occasionally with the… Read More
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“Imitation is the sincerest of flattery,” wrote Charles Caleb Colton. Colton was a sometimes cleric, essayist, wine merchant and gambler who bounced around Europe and North America during the early nineteenth century. It is likely… Read More
Delicate flowers disguise the potential problems of Horsenettle. The dainty yellow and white flowers belie the disaster potential of the plants. Horsenettles (Solanum carolinense) are blooming and producing fruit in Wakulla County. Horsenettle can be a serious weed… Read More