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WTVY to feature Two Egg in May!

WTVY journalist Kimberly Hyde (R) talks with Robert Long, Sr. (C) and Dale Cox (L).
WTVY journalist Kimberly Hyde (R) talks with Robert Long, Sr. (C) and Dale Cox (L).

TwoEgg.TV had fun today hosting Kimberly Hyde, one of our friends from WTVY-TV in Dothan, Alabama. She is preparing a feature to be aired on WTVY in May.

Kimberly is working on a series of stories that WTVY will air over several days beginning May 9th. Her stories will focus on the good things about life in small American towns and Two Egg is one of several communities that she is visiting. One of our other favorite communities – Screamer, Alabama – will also be featured!

TwoEgg.TV General Manager Rachael Conrad coordinated a visit for the multi-media journalist to the Long Cane Syrup operation on Highway 69 in Two Egg. Robert Long, Sr. spoke with her about the growing operation that is a much-loved part of the community.

This year’s Robert E. Long Cane Syrup Day  will take place on the morning of Saturday, December 2nd.

The story will also feature author and historian Dale Cox who was interviewed about the unique history of Two Egg and what he loves about being from the area.

Here are some photos from today’s visit!

Robert Long, Sr. (L) and Dale Cox (R) discuss the heritage of syrup making in the Two Egg area.
Robert Long, Sr. (L) and Dale Cox (R) discuss the heritage of syrup making in the Two Egg area.
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Robert Long, Sr. discusses his family’s 1947 Thompson Foundry cane grinder. It was manufactured in Thomasville, Georgia.
WTVY's Kimberly Hyde interviews Dale Cox about the history of Two Egg, Florida.
WTVY’s Kimberly Hyde interviews Dale Cox about the history of Two Egg, Florida.

If you would like a behind the scenes look at the annual Robert E. Long Cane Syrup Day, enjoy this video essay from Two Egg TV’s Rachael Conrad:

Gopher Tortoise Day in Two Egg, Florida

gopherHappy Gopher Tortoise Day!

The Gopher Tortoise Council has officially adopted April 10th as Gopher Tortoise Day in Florida. It is a day set aside to raise public awareness about these incredible tortoises.

Two Egg TV celebrates with our new story on the history of gopher tortoises in Jackson and Washington Counties, Florida. Just click play to watch:

If you would like to learn even more about gopher tortoises, please consider this nicely produced story from the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC). Just click play to watch:

Here are some links for additional information, including coloring sheets and activity books for kids:

What is Two Egg TV and how do I watch it?

two frying eggs in pan on tableWhat is Two Egg TV and how do I watch it? That is a popular question these days and here is the answer!

Two Egg TV is a multi-platform television and programming source that is headquartered near the quaint little community of Two Egg, Florida. Our focus is “off the beaten path” travel, history and ecotourism in the Southeast, with a particular focus on the states of Florida, Georgia and Alabama.

Two Egg TV can be watched on your television, computer, tablet or phone. Here’s how:

Television

Two Egg TV is available to television viewers through the use of a Roku box, device or smart TV. All you need is an internet connection. Just go to “Streaming Channels” on your Roku start-up screen and search for Two Egg TV. Click add! Two Egg TV is absolutely free and charges no subscription fee.

If you aren’t familiar with Roku, it is the world’s top provider of streaming television. You can connect a Roku box or stick to your existing TV – or buy a Roku-ready smart TV – and watch hundreds of free television channels as well as subscription channels like Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu, etc. There is no monthly fee for a Roku device. They are available at most top retailers including Amazon, Walmart, Best Buy, Target, etc., or you can order from us at the bottom of this page.

Computers, Tablets & Smart Phones

Two Egg TV can be watched on virtually any other device by adding the free Roku app (Apple and Android products) or just visiting our free website at www.twoegg.tv or our free YouTube channel at www.youtube.com/twoeggtv/.

Be sure to click the Subscribe button if you visit us on YouTube! It is free and will help you keep up with new programs as they launch.

We are absolutely free and hope that you will make us a regular part of your day!

Here are some recommended Roku products if you are interested in watching us on your television set:
       

        

 

Two Egg area is in lights for Christmas!

The Two Egg area of Florida (including Lovedale and Dellwood) is illuminated with Christmas lights! Enjoy this video as a special Merry Christmas from all of us here at Two Egg TV:

There is still time to enjoy great Christmas light displays this year! Please click here to see the annual directory of the best Christmas Lights in the South: www.exploresouthernhistory.com/christmas.

Annual Robert E. Long Cane Syrup Day set for December 3!

Two Egg’s beloved annual Robert E. Long Cane Syrup Day is coming up on December 3, 2016. Please scroll down to see the poster for more information, but first enjoy this special look back at last year’s event:

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