Category Archives: Archaeology

Ormond Beach and the Mystery Mound!

Beware!!! Archaeology is discussed ahead!!!!!  You might want to turn back! Playing in the Sand on Ormond Beach! Tom and I have been exploring plantation ruins along the Eastern Coast of Florida.  Recently we stopped by the Dummett  Sugar plantation … Continue reading

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Follow that Dream … to Florida

Yankee Town, Crystal River, and the Gulf Coast are Waiting for YOU! Yes, there is a road named, “Follow the Dream Parkway.”  It heads out to Bird Creek Beach on the Western shores of Florida–Gulf side.   On the way … Continue reading

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Volunteer: Underwater Archaeology in Florida. Part Two

Answering My Questions? The ancient inhabitants of Florida were just like us.  They enjoyed being near the water, feeling ocean breezes, and in certain centuries, the warm climate.  Discovering their lives is like discovering our own past.  In cultures that … Continue reading

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Flashbacks and The Monkey God

Ciudad Blanca, “the White City” A couple of years ago, I read a review of Douglas Preston’s, “The Lost City of the Monkey God.” Since I had studied archaeology, and even taught it, I wanted to read about the new … Continue reading

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