We have bee farmer in Florida who is also a homebrewer and mead maker. Look for David Webb of Webb's Honey in Orlando. I believe he will give you a very good price.
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Not being judgmental or anything, just curious what happens on the kids last day at school that you miss and would feel guilty about?Not perceived as judgmental at all! I'm a sentimental sap who really enjoys being a part of these types of seemingly small milestones in my kids' lives. The last day of school usually comes with some sort of celebration where parents are invited, my kids love when I attend these things.It's tricky - keep it where it is - it interferes with some end of school. Move it back, you run into father's days. fun times! There's also the question of hotel availability - as you move deeper into summer, it's harder to get rooms.Father's Day may be the best excuse of the year! This actually makes sense, though.Hotel rates, hotel rates, hotel rates... The last week of school is the last week before hotel rates skyrocket.Totally, didn't really consider this.
NHC in winter, anyone?
What's in Tampa other than Cigar City and that chain restaurant bar?There are 3 CCB related properties (the brewery, brewpub, and cider and meadery), Tampa Bay Brewing, Coppertail, Dunedin, Rapp, 7venth Sun, Cycle, St. Somewhere, and Green Bench, just off the top of my head.
On a scale of 1-10, how serious is the humidity in Tampa in June?
So, apparently I didn't realize that clubs get points toward COTY for every entry submitted regardless of score.
Zion is a favorite, consider a short visit to the Kolob Canyons section to the north, very pretty too. North rim has a different look and vibe vs South rim of the GC NP.Yes, that road from the east exit of Zion, through the tunnel built in the 30's or so and among the rocks that look like they were melted into place is a great drive.
The drive out of Zion to the GC, take UT9 to Carmel Junction, 89 down to Kanab and Fredonia, then take the road to Jacobs Lake and the Park entrance. Red Rock country at some of its finest.
Today we rode the trolly from the T&C to Little Italy. Had lunch at an Italian place that had a table of old Italian gents by the curb loudly talking in Italian. Lunch was very good. Plenty to choose from in that area.Nice to meet up this afternoon. I liked Modern Times' beers and its embience. It is a bit off the walking path of the trolley though.
We then rode the trolly and waked to Modern Times for a beer or two. Really good beers IMO. We met up with Jeff Gladish and his wife, they offered a ride back, which we accepted. Modern times is on the "wrong side of the tracks". Mrs. R said it was more like we rode the Crazy Train to Funky Town...
Later we went to Old Town. Cafe Coyotte is one of the top rated ones there, but was just average to us as we spend a lot of time in Brownsville TX. So if you want to check out Old a Town it is not far by Trolly, but Touristy and the food was average. The Sculpin on draft was fresh.