I love JESUS! I'm a 7th-generation Florida native, dyed-in-the-wool Southron belle. I just recently dusted off my genealogy notes and, thanks to a long-lost relative, nearly doubled the details. We started home schooling when only 'outlaws' did it and still enjoy a daily quest for knowledge. These days, the family spends a lot of time birding, butterflying, spending as much time in 'the woods' as possible while they're still here.
In the Apalachicola National Forest, some people make their living rubbing a flat iron on a stick. True, worm grunting is a time-honoured profession in these parts. And on the second Saturday of April, the little town of Sopchoppy hosts its annual Worm Gruntin' Festival. For more fascinating details, check out this newspaper story. (Scroll down, it's there.)