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Lion Country Safari

The kids are very close to going back to school, Lion Country Safari is a fun trip any day!

This amazing park was originally developed by a group of South African and British entrepreneurs who wanted to bring the experience of a safari, a very expensive and time consuming trip, to families who could not afford such an adventure. South Florida proved to be an ideal location and environment, with a perfect outdoor climate, plentiful land, and a growing population as well as tourists who visited from all over the world.

Today, Lion Country Safari is home to over 900 animals. You can see lions, white rhinos, zebra, giraffe and chimpanzee in the drive through area. There is a campground, a 4 mile drive through preserve, gift shop, veterinary hospital, and an animal dem0nstration theater. Lion Country Safari also offers educational programs as well as a summer day camp.

Hop in the car and pay a visit to this South Florida treasure, located at 2003 Lion Country Safari Road, Loxahatchee.

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The Seminole Inn

The Seminole Inn, famous for their Sunday brunch, has a long history in Indiantown. Built by Chicago railroad entrepreneur, Mr. Warfield, the uncle of Wallis Simpson, who famously married the heir to the British throne, and caused him to abdicate. It was quite the scandal at the time. You can read all about it in the lobby and halls of the hotel. The hotel itself feels like “old Florida,” with a parrot in the lobby, a beautiful garden and colorful wall murals upstairs, which feature the history of the Seminole Indians in Florida. The hotel is open for lunch only, from 11:00 until 2:00, offering a buffet as well as a varied menu.

Visit the Seminole Inn for a feel of “old Florida” this enchanting Inn offers a glimpse of times gone by and fantastic food, well worth the ride. 15885 SW Warfield Blvd., Indiantown.

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Living in our beautiful state, a day at the beach sounds like just the ticket for a fun day! Sun, sand and a picnic are the perfect ingredients to make for a great day outdoors. Pack up your suit, sunscreen (always) flip flops and a good book for a trip to your favorites seaside spot.

You do, however, need to be on guard before you get your feet wet. Stick to the lifeguard protected beaches and obey all warning signs, informing you of rip tides, high surf, jellyfish, etc. Make sure your young kids wear appropriate gear. Never dive headfirst into an area where you can’t see. Pay especially close attention to young children and the elderly. Even in very shallow water, people can lose their footing and get into trouble.

Enjoy the beach but be cautious, and enjoy the beautiful and soothing ocean waves.

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It’s never too hot to play golf! And some great golf is coming up at the end of August.

The FedEx Cup playoffs will be played from August 23 to September 23. The series of four golf tournaments are played to determine the season champion on the PGA tour. During the PGA season, players are awarded FedEx points. Once the season ends, the top 125 players advance to the four playoffs, with the field of players being cut after each one. This year the tournaments will be played at Ridgewood Country Club in Danbury, CT, TPC Boston in Norton, MA, Aronimink Golf Club in Newtown Square, PA, and East Lake Golf Club in Atlanta, GA.

First awarded to Tiger Woods in 2007, the USA leads in FedEx victories. This year, the Cup is offering a total of $67,000,000 on the line for the four tournaments, with the ultimate season winner receiving $10,000,000, a five year exemption on the PGA tour and bonus money. Dustin Johnson is the current leader with a total of 2,683 points.

It’s going to be an exciting month for golf enthusiasts, enjoy!