Don’t hedge me in.
It’s amazing the wonders you can discover once you turn off a main road. In John’s Island there’s such a turn, one that takes you down a shadowed lane lined with rows of podocarpus columns, sculpted sentries surrounded by pink begonias.
When Jill and Paul Kaneb purchased a pristine property on the east side of the Indian River Lagoon, siting the residence and guest house was of paramount importance.
The Barry MacTaggarts found Vero Beach via a wildly circuitous route.
When it comes to planting flowers in Florida, there appears to be some confusion, especially among transplanted northerners.
What more propitious a place for a land trust meeting than Callaway Gardens in Pine Mountain, Georgia?
When I was 5 years old and the eye-wall of Hurricane Betsey, 1965, hit my parents’ home in New Orleans, my most vivid memory of the storm was that my favorite pecan tree split in half and disappeared forever.
Who better than a jeweler to recommend a gemstone purchase?
God Jul! It’s a Merry Christmas at Hallstrom House where the halls have been decked, the tree trimmed and the table set.
After happily commuting between Toronto and Vero Beach for nearly 20 years, Canadian broadcaster Valerie Pringle looks back with a smile on her initial journey south.