Florida Might Be Closed, But I Am Back and Open

floridatraveler manatees crystal river west indian manateesI have returned at a strange time.  Most of Florida’s attractions and resorts are closed so to fully benefit from my articles you might have to wait until that sunny day when things return to normalcy.

Still, if you enjoy living in Florida, visiting Florida, or seeing Florida, this blog will have a lot of entertaining as well as educational features.

Since my last blog, I have added the title “Emeritus” to my career as a historian and traveler.   Since all of my four classes are now online and we are prisoners to our homes, I am really tied down to my desk. Therefore, you will find more frequent and diverse information at this site.

I am mainly a “Florida specialist” and this blog will contain excerpts and even chapters from my books and materials past and present. This year I will be publishing an Insiders Guide to Walt Disney World and Universal Studios which will contain lots of material that will both save you money and time at Florida’s biggest attractions, but also reveals insights to make your vacation better.

Thanks to the wonder of ebooks and quicker self-publishing options, I will put out a Guide to Florida Extreme Sports and Adventures as well as new editions of some of my travel books produced for tour groups, but now designed for Florida travelers.

If there are Florida topics you would like me to include in this blog, please email me at flahist@aol.com.


About floridatraveler

Historian and travel writer M. C. Bob Leonard makes the Sunshine State his home base. Besides serving as content editor for several textbook publishers and as an Emeritus college professor, he moderates the FHIC at www.floridahistory.org
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