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What’s up this week?
We are going all over Titusville this week. There is so much to this hidden town. Most people don’t think of Titusville when they think of the coast of Florida, but there is so much to see and do here, you will surely want to add this to your destination!!
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Florida Tip of the Week
Let’s talk about the names of the coasts. This week we’re covering the Space Coast which includes Titusville, Cocoa Beach, Melbourne, Port Canaveral, and a few other cities. All throughout Florida, each coastal area is named. If you’re not from Florida, you may not know when someone is talking about the Treasure Coast, they’re talking about St. Lucie and Martin County areas. The First Coast is St. Augustine area, Sun Coast is St. Pete/Clearwater, and so on.
Product and Locations Mentions
- Check out our Kennedy episode here.
- BK Adventures : Kayaking/bioluminescence
- Manatee and dolphin tours
- Brevard Zoo
- Exploration Tower
- Warbird Museum
- Meritt Island Preserve
- Launch Complex 34 Memorial
- Playalinda Brewing Company
- Sunrise Bread Co.
- Jetty Park
- Visit SpaceCoast
Florida Product of the Week
This week’s Featured product is Hale Grove’s Citrus Baskets. How have we not talked about buying citrus in Florida yet? Hale Groves does gift baskets and boxes, monthly fruit clubs, and they have a slew of /florida favorites including marmalades, chocolate oranges, and more. I can remember my Grandma getting catalogs that had baskets of Florida Oranges when I was a kid, but I don’t think of that often now. Thankfully, places that sell these orange baskets still exist.
Check out https://www.halegroves.com/ for more.
Homeschool Moment of the Week
Here’s all you need to know about the beautiful and unique Florida Coastlines!
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