The third – and most anticipated - in a series of travel guides covering the state’s natural and cultural attractions, hometown eateries, and just plain genuine experiences, North Florida & the Florida Panhandle: An Explorer’s Guide provides in-depth coverage of an often-overlooked part of Florida … and my favorite place.
Sandra gives an overview of the book:
I’ve always felt that North Florida and the Panhandle were Florida’s best-kept secret, where you can still swim in a spring and hear the frogs croaking from the shore, search for waterfalls along rugged tributaries, glide down a crystalline stream on an inner tube, and in general, have yourself a great time.
Whether slogging through Florida’s swamps in search of a ghost orchid or bouncing around in a van on the back roads of Patagonia, author Sandra Friend enjoys immersing herself in her work. With 2,500 miles on foot and eight hiking books to her credit, she is...