American Press Travel News-April 3rd, Bob and Barb On The Road Again-this time in FT. Pierce, FL.- putting a spotlight on a craftsman, and his Company: D-Art Homemade Guitar Co.
We love homegrown, creative craftsmen, especially when they are committed and excited about their craft and the vibes are catching. Dale Arthur is one of these craftsmen, and he exudes what American Craftsmen all have in common; strong enthusiasm! Dale welcomes custom orders and will make a guitar from any box you’d like. He lives in Sebastion, FL. and can be called at 772-205-9290 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
American Press Travel News-March 18th, Bob and Barb On the Road Again-Islamorada, Florida Keys. Transportation down and around the Islands is active and crowded. When entrepreneur, David Epstein, my son, does anything, he goes at it in a BIG way. To mitigate some of this traffic, David and company decided and provided, large and standard 4-seater electric, continuously solar charged, highest quality electric, family sized carts-the Cadillac of all cart’s in America. These street legal, licensed carts can be driven on all the side roads, and the old Keys highway thoroughfare. Dozens of restaurants and business’s can be visited without ever turning the keys in tourists and locals vehicles.To rent or purchase from a great lineup of top of the like carts call Dave or Lisa at 305-394-5350 and visit WWW.Islamorada luxurycarts.com
To experience Islamorada like a local there is an excellent Food-History-Culture and diners, drive-in’s and dives tour, using our solar carts. Take a look at FLKEYSFOODTOUR.com, or call 305-394 1028
American Press Travel News–Bob and Barb “On the Road Again”–March 18th, 2023, Port St Lucie, FL.–As a youth I aspired to own and show off a nice red Corvette, yet my first car was a big beautiful red over white, 55-Chrysler, and I loved my first car at 16. Then after returning from several years in the Middle East and Central Africa, my college car was a Volkswagen. It had a rag-top sunroof, so I could cast into the Connecticut River at the boat ramp and do my school studies, then after 4-years of school, I had a great Buick station wagon. Then during my trout farm years, in Vermont I had a ford truck, and Chevy Malibu, and over the years all sorts of different convertibles, hardtops, eventually SUV’s, and now a Hyundai Santa Cruz, little pickup-cum SUV. It has what I want today, a sun roof, covered truck box, great radio, and a modern, truly unique look, too! No, it doesn’t ride like a truck, it handles the road smoothly like a fine SUV. It can tow, and it can carry about anything I would want at my TN. farm, or shopping and cruising wherever I/we like. This is not a tech article so I am leaving out all vehicle specs and techs. I bought my new vehicle at Route 60 Hyundai in Vero Beach. I felt comfortable at this dealership, it helped that the actual owner visited us and was able to allow us to wheel and deal enough for me to bite the bullet and say yes to a deal I felt was fair and even a bit above the norm, in that I got what I asked for in price and unpaid for extras. One of those extras was a new $500 dollar hitch I wanted. Arron and Service Manager, Jeremy Hall really did me right! So, for now I can say that yes, I would deal with RT 60 Hyundai again and recommend them too. The dealership is located at 8575 20th ST. Vero Beach, FL go www.route 60 hyundai.com.