The not-so-serious, lowbrow Concours d’Lemons pokes fun at automotive mistakes of the past.
It seems people and birds have been in the same boat when it comes to finding a home this year.
Fall is the perfect season for being outside on Amelia Island. Time is well spent at Fort Clinch, the largest, most natural area on this barrier island.
It’s been quite an unusual several months of extraordinary vessels visiting Fernandina since the pandemic emerged.
An engineering marvel at the Port of Fernandina, the VB 10,000 is the answer to removing Georgia’s massive shipwreck.
Joan Bean led a full life and made a lasting impression on those she met along the way. An outdoor community send off (with social distancing) for Ms. Bean is planned.
With the surprising news out of Jacksonville that beaches were reopening, local residents awaited the outcome of a Nassau County meeting about Amelia Island’s beaches.
A large part of island activity revolves around the beach and tourism. But the seashore is closed and tourists have vanished in the new reality of pandemic life.