Striking Hypercar Riches as the Gold Rush Rally Lands on the First Coast
Yesterday, thanks to the fine folks at Jacksonville Car Culture and Automotive Addicts, we discovered that the Gold Rush Rally would once again be passing through the First Coast. Destined for The Ritz-Carlton, Amelia Island on the first leg of an epic 10-day, several-thousand-mile tour, this group of a few dozen flamboyantly wrapped supercars roared onto the island with the high-revving and deep rumbling tones other mere mortal cars can only dream of making.
Our Mega Gallery from Jacksonville Car Culture’s June 2019 Cars and Coffee
Despite the threat of rain that never quite materialized, we had a strong turnout for this month’s Jacksonville Cars and Coffee at the Avenues Mall. As has become the norm, hundreds of unique cars from all walks of life descended upon the meet-up for a petrol head’s dream Saturday morning. Click on the picture above to browse our mega-gallery from the event, or read on for our hand-picked favorites from this month’s Cars and Coffee.
As families and friends come together to enjoy a long weekend on the eve of summer, we stop to remember those who have died defending the cause of freedom near and far. In total, over 1,354,000 soldiers have fallen in service of this worthy cause. And today, as we enjoy the comforts these men and women have purchased with their lives, we pause to honor them and pray for those whom they left behind.
Let’s face the facts – without moms, life as we know it would grind to a stop. Beyond their mere biological necessity, moms provide invaluable and often underappreciated love and care that we celebrate on this day. So, as a very small token of our appreciation, we’ve created a veritable bouquet of flowers for you this week – in the form of desktop wallpaper. Here’s just a few samples – but the whole gallery is here, on our site. We love you moms!
A Firsthand Account of Amelia Island’s Historic Shrimping Industry
Over the past decade, we’ve had the great pleasure of capturing the beautiful and diverse stories of Amelia Island, FL for their Visitor’s Bureau. Many of those stories I’ll never forget, and this month’s adventure is definitely one of those memories that will linger for years to come.
As it is with any fishing story, the adventure began at daybreak as we gathered on the northern tip of Amelia Island to meet up with Captain Wilson and his historic wooden shrimp boat, Three Cees’s. Though the coast to both our north and south was largely clouded over, we were treated to a stunning sunrise over the marshy interior of the island.