Two Egg TV will carry the magnificent fireworks display LIVE from Chattahoochee, Florida on July 4th! We will also be covering a variety of other events. Watch this quick video for more!
It was a completely unexpected and stunning sight. Leaving a wake larger than passing boats, the massive creature was photographed from more than one-quarter mile away as it made its way up Lake Seminole from the vicinity of the Jim Woodruff Dam. Lake Seminole is known for its enormous alligators, but this one may be […]
by Dale Cox Marianna – We all have our strong core beliefs. For years I have tried to do what I could to support the right of the public to know, to speak and to be heard. First Amendment rights are very important to me. I was stunned this week when I saw news from […]
A surprise announcement tonight from Sharon Cox, the long-time property appraiser of Jackson County and the highest-ranking public official from Two Egg, Florida: Be sure to check out more stories from Two Egg TV at http://twoegg.tv/
U.S. regular and militia forces battled bands of refugee Creek warriors engaged in a bloody war for survival along Florida’s Apalachicola River in 1836-1843. The following full-length program from Two Egg TV features a discussion by historian and author Dale Cox recorded at the Apalachicola Arsenal & Conference Center in Chattahoochee, FL. To watch other […]
Falling Creek Falls is an unexpected but absolutely beautiful little waterfall in Lake City, Florida. Just minutes from Interstate 10, it is a great place to stop for a walk while traveling across North Florida. To see more great stories from the Southeast, be sure to visit our main page at www.twoegg.tv.
The historic Sexton Mill (also called the Kent Mill or Dilmore Mill) is located near Alford in the picturesque lakes country of Jackson County, Florida. Built in 1884, it is still operational and is a unique reminder of times gone by. With this report we also welcome Robert Daffin, formerly of Chipola College TV’s Southern […]
A South Florida legislator wants to see the statue of Dr. John Gorrie pulled down and removed from the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C. Dr. Gorrie, a 19th century resident of Apalachicola, was the inventor of the ice machine and artificial refrigeration. His work and theories paved the way for the development of air conditioning, […]
Enjoy the story of the Florida Panhandle’s legendary “volcano” in this rare look at Rock Hill Preserve in Washington County.