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Florida is a popular tourist destination for many reasons, some come to enjoy the blistering heat, others come for the beaches and some look to tour the Everglades, one thing which almost everyone comes for however, are the wide range of theme parks which you can find in the Sunshine State. I first took the family to Florida 3 years ago, a decision which meant plenty of saving, well worth it I might add, since then we have returned each year and we still make new discoveries every time that we go. What I love most about Florida is how…

The vast majority of the country has finally started to recover from the Great Recession. Texas as a whole, and Houston in particular, was one of the first to do so, in fact. Interestingly, while the market was still reeling, real estate professionals in Houston found that, due to employee relocations and demands for new housing, there were fewer houses than people actually needed. This is something that fills Allen R Hartman with hope, although he has always had faith in the recovery of the market. Allen R Hartman on the Houston Real Estate Market A lot of companies in…

If you are someone who enjoys getting out in the water, you have a myriad of activities with which to enjoy. That said do you have one or more that would rank as your favorites? From sailing to seeing whales and dolphins, spend a day in the water and forget your troubles. So, what activities do you enjoy making a splash with? Enjoying All the Water Has to Offer In enjoying all the water has to offer, consider some of these activities if you have not up to this point: 1. Sailing – Whether you own a boat or end…

Arden Andersen is running for Governor of Kansas. He has a true love for the state, and its Home on the Range song. He knows everything there is to know about it, such as that the cottonwood is the state tree, and the western meadowlark is the state bird. The sunflower, meanwhile, is the state’s flowers. Located in the heart of the country, it is also Anderson’s heart. Kansas was named after the Kansa tribe, who originally populated the region. Kansa translates as “People of the South Wind”. Unsurprisingly, perhaps, since Kansas is a windy state. After all, it was…