Florida Caverns State Park featured on CBS This Morning (Video)

Florida Caverns State Park was featured on today’s edition of CBS This Morning as the network continued its coverage of the dramatic cave rescue in Thailand. CBS national correspondent Mark Strassman explored the park’s main tour cave with longtime park ranger Billy Bailey to learn more about caves and the beauty as well as the […]

Battle of Burnt Corn Creek reenactment set for July 28th

The annual reenactment of the Battle of Burnt Corn Creek is set for July 28 in Brewton, Alabama. This noted engagement took place in 1813 when Mississippi Territorial Militia attacked a Red Stick Creek supply party at Burnt Corn Creek in what is now South Alabama. The Muscogee (Creek) warriors, led by the Tallassee war […]

Two Egg TV takes a ride on the Delta Explorer

The Delta Explorer, a feature of Historic Blakeley State Park, offers an array of cruises into the Mobile-Tensaw Delta that are among the most informational and best boat rides in the South! Two Egg TV’s newest program features a trip on the Delta Explorer along the Tensaw and Mobile Rivers and Mobile Bay past some […]

Panhandle Watermelon Festival weekend is here!

The 62nd Annual Panhandle Watermelon Festival is set for this Friday and Saturday (June 22-23) in Chipley, Florida. This wonderful annual event celebrate’s Chipley’s heritage as a major shipping point for watermelons, a commercial activity that began in the area almost as soon as the railroad arrived and the city was founded. The Chipley Banner reported […]

Voting, drinking & using drugs: The Jackson County election of 1849

We are into another election season here in Jackson County. I’m sure that we will have a little craziness, but hopefully nowhere near the degree that took place at the Port Jackson precinct in 1849! Port Jackson was a steamboat landing on the Chattahoochee River about three miles south of today’s Parramore Landing Park. Most […]

Best 3 Natural Springs in the Orlando area!

Two Egg TV is pleased to unveil our our picks for the Three Best Natural Springs in the Orlando area! These great spots are perfect destinations if you want to escape the traffic and the city and enjoy real Florida settings while on vacation to the Orlando area! They are also great getaway spots if […]

Big cat creature sighted near Chipley, Florida!

A Washington County resident was stunned earlier this month by the sight of a large cat creature walking through the garden. The quick-thinking eyewitness grabbed a cellphone and began snapping photos, the best of which you see here. The animal moved quickly and was gone. There have been many reports of such sightings near Chipley […]

Schedule of Events for Scott 1817 Seminole War Battle

The 2018 version of the annual Scott 1817 Seminole War Battle reenactment and living history event is set for November 30 – December 2! The annual event takes place at River Landing Park in Chattahoochee, Florida – with an additional event in Bainbridge, Georgia – and commemorates the 1817 attack on Lt. Richard W. Scott’s command by […]

Government wants honey & syrup to be labeled “added sugar” even though sugar isn’t added!

Few things on earth are more pure than natural honey or real old-fashioned cane syrup. Unless, of course, you ask the government. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued new labeling guidelines that require regulated makers of honey and syrup to included the words “Added Sugar,” even though most producers of honey and […]

The lost soldiers of Scott’s command: A Memorial Day story from the Apalachicola River

The First Seminole War of 1817-1818 is one of the least known yet most significant conflicts in American history. It raged across North Florida, South Georgia and South Alabama 200 years ago this year. One of the bloodiest battles of the war took place when several hundred Seminole, Miccosukee, Muscogee (Creek), Yuchi and Black Seminole warriors attached […]