The month of September is known as the gateway for a variety of events. Historically, it was the beginning of the school year.
September is an important month for many native plants in Santa Rosa County. This ninth month of the year with its dwindling hours of sun is the time seeds mature and plant growth slows.
Initial impressions can sometimes be deceiving.
At any point in time the subject of interest may be in a brief transitory state which soon passes into a condition more representative of the creature’s true nature, especially insects.
The dog days of summer have once again returned to Santa Rosa County.
As such, the dogs and their human companions are highly motivated to remain in any environment with cooler temperature readings.
The summer of 2021 appears to be developing as a period of liberation between two pandemics with restrictions on activities.
One of the many advantages of living in the panhandle Florida are the numerous choices for summer activities.
There is the often-quoted biblical admonition “By your fruits you will be known,” which commonly comes up when discussing behavior.
In other words, a reputation will ultimately be based on the deeds and accomplishments of an individual, family or group.
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.
In the days before mass-marketing, big box retailing and internet sales, people had to create their own solutions to the wants and needs of daily life.
The results were based on the materials at hand and were often imaginative, but sometimes bordering on the absurd.
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