Lake and Sumter Style Magazine
6:55 pm EDT
Monday, June 27, 2022

Nature

Thrill ride

Thrill ride

Catch swamp fever on an airboat; you won’t want to be cured. Photos: Nicole Hamel Gliding 35 to 55 mph across Lake Panasoffkee and experiencing fun, sliding corner turns through marshes into the peaceful swamps and natural springs of the…
Lots of choices for ‘activated’ Villages 

Lots of choices for ‘activated’ Villages 

Want to have some fun? Check out 20 ways to enjoy life in The Villages.  The promise of active, comfortable and fulfilling retirement helped The Villages become the ​fastest-growing city in the United States, and that promise is being kept. The…
Social Spotlight: Nature calls

Social Spotlight: Nature calls

A festival in Umatilla allows visitors to take a walk on the wild side.  Story: Angela Love If learning more about wildlife and plants indigenous to Florida in a small-town setting appeals to you, then the place for you to…
Second nature

Second nature

Former ranger Dan Kincaid sees the forest and the trees. The forests are peaceful for me,” says Villager Dan Kincaid, a professional forester for 31 years with the U.S. Forest Service.  Born in West Virginia, where he grew up loving…
Birdwatchers poised for migration count

Birdwatchers poised for migration count

Before the rainy season arrives, May brings the last of spring’s migrant birds to Lake County as they move north toward their breeding grounds. The North American Migration Count, held in May each year, is scheduled from 7:30-11am Saturday, May…
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