For the last nine months, I’ve been immersed in the worlds of Navarre and Santa Rosa County.
It’s been fascinating and challenging to understand the smaller community of the area stretched along U.S. Highway 98 and the county, which includes everything from high-rise condominiums to agriculture.
There are always different paths available to the same destination, and often the same result, and that is exactly what college football is shooting for as it looks into blazing a new trail to a championship.
The current playoff format is four teams. Save for an exception here or there, it’s typically the same teams competing for a title year after year, with Alabama, of course, being the safest bet in the game.
Recently, I did something that I had purposed I would never do – I engaged a social media post that was obviously intended only to incite.
A friend posted a meme claiming that 56% of conservative Christians reacted in laughable ignorance to a statement that employed a generic word close in spelling to one which was sure to elicit a negative reaction from them.
Ask any Santa Rosa County horse owner and they will say their horse has a sweet tooth.
In addition to sugar cubes there are apples, pears and many other fruits with a high sugar content which are attractive to equines everywhere.
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