Joey's Seafood Shack Specialty Seafood Market & Restaurant

Joey's Seafood Shack Specialty Seafood Market & Restaurant

The finest and best specialty seafood market & restaurant located at 1800 US 1, Vero Beach, Florida 32960. Phone: 772.918-8855 Business Hours: Mon-Thur 10am-6pm, Fri-Sat 10am-9pm, Closed on Sundays. Dinner reservations recommended.

Flagler Beach Sunrise: Zen RV Living - The Glamping Guys: RV Hacks, Organization, Tips, & Tricks

Flagler Beach Sunrise: Zen RV Living - The Glamping Guys: RV Hacks, Organization, Tips, & Tricks

Gamble Rogers State Park. Best Florida beach camping, RV Florida camping, Gay camping and glamping. This is a Florida beach RV gay friendly campground & camping hidden gem. Best Florida State Parks! Florida RV oceanfront beach camping at its best! Welcome to Gamble Rogers Memorial State Recreation Area at Flagler Beach! Gamble Rogers Florida State Parks. One of the best state parks with RV beachfront camping that florida has to offer. **ABOUT** Flagler Beach is a city in Flagler and Volusia counties in the U.S. state of Florida. Since its incorporation in April 1925, Flagler Beach has developed as a unique seaside community. It is home to six miles of uncrowded beaches, many great fishing spots including the Flagler Beach Municipal Pier, restaurants with oceanfront dining, gift shops and a whole host of recreational facilities. Flagler Beach is part of the Deltona, Daytona Beach, Ormond Beach, Florida area. It is named for oil tycoon and Florida railroad developer Henry Flagler, who was a key figure in the development of East Florida as resort and vacation destinations. **COOL FACTS** Flagler Beach was a finalist in the 2013 Budget Travel Magazine contest for "Coolest Small Town". The magazine described it by the following: "Twenty miles north of Daytona Beach on A1A, Flagler Beach couldn't be more different from its party-hardy neighbor to the south. In fact, the area seems to attract more sea turtles and right whales than spring breakers. And it's not hard to see why: This thin strip of a beach town, between the Atlantic Ocean and the Intracoastal Waterway, has remained significantly less developed than its neighbors. The six miles of pristine sand—which boast an orange hue thanks to crushed coquina shells—are only interrupted by one fishing pier. In town, the vibe is laid back and retro, thanks to spots like Grampa's Uke Joint, which sells ukuleles, and High Tides at Snack Jack, a 1950s fish shack that attracts surfers with funky dishes like tuna reubens, ahi club sandwiches, and sake Bloody Marys. **MUSEUM** The Flagler Beach Historical Museum's permanent collection is entirely dedicated to Florida history, featuring Flagler Beach and Flagler County. The collection ranges from prehistoric bones and other remains of the Stone Age to a "Space Age" side. The latter has an exhibit with items provided by NASA astronauts, including space food and the Flagler Beach city flag, which was sent to orbit the earth aboard the Space Shuttle Endeavour. Orange Period pottery pieces from indigenous peoples of the region date from 2000 B.C. to 500 A.D. Historic Native American Indian life is represented by an exhibit of arrowheads and other artifacts, all discovered in Flagler County. The Florida territory had changing European rulers in the war years between the 1500s and the early 1800s: Spanish, English and American. Mill and plantation artifacts make up the display about the Plantation Period. Personal use items, such as buttons and bottles obtained from area missions, represent the history of individuals in the area. From the Mala Compra Plantation, burned down during the Second Seminole War, the Museum has items from the early 19th-century home of Joseph Hernandez, who was elected as the first Hispanic congressman in the U.S. The period of the late 1800s and early 1900s are represented by books and exhibits about the area's economy: county farming of cabbage and potatoes, timber industry, railroad artifacts, and turpentine camp items. Exhibits also include documents and memorabilia associated with the 20th-century development boom that began in the western portion of Flagler County and was continued oceanside. Displays feature four Flagler Beach "first families" who purchased land and built what was once considered a seaside resort. Other display items from the early 1900s include memorabilia from early city government, the county's Old Brick Road, the Flagler Beach Hotel, World War II items, the A1A highway, Marineland, and early advertising brochures. Representations of local organizations from 1925 forward are represented in displays featuring the Flagler Beach Fire Department, Boy Scouts of Flagler, and Flagler Beach schools. Video Filmed August 2017 ***THANKS FOR WATCHING*** Please subscribe, comment, like, and share! If you never want to miss out on the latest video, click on the little bell icon next to the subscribe button for notifications. ********** VIDEO & MUSIC ********** Video by Jason Bowles Music by Tod Kimbro ©copyright 2017 Tod Kimbro. All rights reserved. ********** CAMERA GEAR ********** Canon G7X Mark II ********** RIG ********** 1987 Winnebago Chieftain 22RC Engine: Chevy 454 Big Block 8-12 MPG (Depending on speed) I usually get closer to 12mpg when I set the cruise control to 60mph. *****Anyone wanting to download, edit, or use our music & videos from the The Glamping Guys channel must have our permission*****

Open House 2-4pm this Sunday! 4909 Wythe Ave Richmond Va 23226

Open House 2-4pm this Sunday!  4909 Wythe Ave Richmond Va 23226

Richmond, Va #RVA OPEN HOUSE 2-4pm NOV 22, 2015 Only $259,000! 1818 sq ft. Love the convenience of living in the city? Located 2 blocks off Monument Ave between Chantilly and Spokane, and between Monument and Patterson! Willow Lawn's Shopping Center is walking distance!! One floor living is so hard to find! This home has it and more! 1818 Sq Ft. Includes a huge family room, super laundry room, all white kitchen with ceramic tile floors. Plus! 2015 Refinished hardwood floors, 2015 brand new roof, 2015 newly painted throughout, fenced in backyard. Open House hosted by Linda Forem, Licensed Realtor Commonwealth of Virginia. Long & Foster Richmond, Va. Listed by Ron Evans.

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