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Discoveries-America Florida DVD

Discoveries-America Florida DVD
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Kennedy Space Center, Historic St. Augustine, Cattle Ranching near Lake Kissimmee, air boating swamp tour, Manatee at Homosassa Springs, performance water skiing at Cypress Gardens, Miami and the Florida Keys, Tarpon at Robbies, World Record Angler Billy Pate, and Everglades National Park.
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Kennedy Space Center visitors learn America’s achievements in outer space, meet astronaut retired Navy captain Jon McBride. Up coast, the harbor, historic Spanish fort and lighthouse in St. Augustine - America’s oldest continuously occupied European settlement. Citrus production is big business in state and so are cows. Cattle ranching on Lightsey Ranch is an eight-generation affair. Everyone pitches in to preserve a unique Florida tradition. Airboats have explored inland waterways for years, a ride in fast boats is great way to see vast expanse of marsh & swampland. Manatees, large aquatic mammals, live in warm, shallow rivers, bays, estuaries & coastal waters. Underwater observatory at Homosassa Springs Wildlife State park is place to see Manatees in natural environment. Cypress Gardens in operation for more than 50 years, began as showplace for flowers & tropical canal boat rides. It soon evolved into water ski show. In the Keys, USA’s southernmost point, author Ernest Hemingway’s house and famous Duval Street landmark - Sloppy Joe’s. Tarpon fishing is popular, best way to get a glimpse of fish is at Robbie’s - for a dollar, visitors feed fish right off docks. Offshore, World Record holder Billy Pate shares fishing knowledge. Everglades National Park is only subtropical preserve in North America. The park is known for bird life including herons, storks, & egrets - backcountry boating is way to see it all.

Filmed in 2005 by directors Jim and Kelly Watt. This film has received the following award: 2006 Videographer Award of Distinction