Zoma makes some mighty fine kraut! I just bought some and it's good. It has a light, appealing flavor and it's delicious. I got mine at a local (to Gainesville, FL) place called The Community Co-op, which is a community owned store that does its best to offer high quality, locally…Continue
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Trader Joe's is coming to Gainesville, FL. What does that mean to local business?
(Thanks to Nick and…Continue
Evan Galbicka of the Church of Holy Colors describeshis inspiration for a painting that now hangs in the Zoo. Enjoy, and please contribute - CONTRIBUTE - to the Art Zoo here on Zoobird. That's why we're here. For you!
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Evan tells us about the Church of Holy Colors, Gainesville, FL - do you have art/creativity to share? Check out the Art Zoo, Music Zoo, Writing Zoo, Poetry Zoo, and more here on Zoobird.
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This is my favorite photo from 2011. Otters frolicking at Alexander Spring in Florida. Tough choice! Alexander Spring is an incredibly nice camping spot. This was on a full moon weekend. We canoed in the moonlight, cooked over an open fire. It doesn't get any better than Alexander Spring, but it's worth trying!
What are your favorite photos and times from last year?…Continue
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The farm is preserved and looks just like it did years ago when we lived in a more self-sufficient world. You can see in the picture above that the home is surrounded by gardens. There, even today, you'll see live crops of veggies…Continue
Added by Michael Levin on December 3, 2011 at 5:50am — No Comments
I headed out to the Payne's Prairie the other day for my first adventure hike with Lars Anderson, Adventure Outpost owner and Zoobird member. That photo you see above is from the… Continue
You can read (I like it) or you can go outside and discover a few things yourself. What’s a You Pick farm? It’s a farm where you visit and pick your own fruit. There’s a new
hostel in Gainesville called “The Zen Hostel”. Owner Tobe Terrell gave
me a book…
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