This show was created by Edmond Alexander (with assistance from Billy Buzzett) to present at the Grayton Beach Homeowners Association meeting in April of 2010. Many of the images in the show came from long time Grayton Beach residents whose families go back for generations. It is hoped that the show will be enjoyed by new generations of residents and visitors and give them a better appreciation of the long history of this tiny and very unique crown jewel of the beautiful Florida Panhandle.
Watch how these curious dolphins not only came up to swim with me yesterday, but even turn on their side at the very end of the video to try to get a better look. I hope they weren’t too terribly disappointed. =)
This video was taken with my iPhone 4 on South Walton’s Choctawhatchee Bay, so apologies for any shakiness…
NOTE: If you’re on a high-speed connection, select “1080p HD” for the highest quality video.
“We are leaving the snowy north in three days and we can’t wait to be at 30A!”
(Have I ever told you how much we love our fans?)
By J. Christopher Caravello
When a band’s labelled a “jam band” — either self-proclaimed or by the listening public — sometimes there’s a misnomer that they aren’t to be taken toooo seriously as artists. That certainly can’t be applied to Cadillac Willy though, as the band not only draws huge party crowds at every venue, but they also land plenty of awards and accolades for their lively performances.
“We’re proud of the awards,” said singer Metz Barnes. “We can’t believe we won them, but we’re proud of them. As long as we can make people dance and have a good time, that’s what we’re about.”