Marianna’s Old Indian Cave in 1842

Note: Florida Caverns State Park remains closed for now while employees work to clean up widespread debris and damage from Hurricane Michael. As recovery work continues, I thought you might enjoy some stories from the history of this remarkable Florida landmark. A Visit to Old Indian Cave in 1842 by Dale Cox Marianna – Old Indian Cave […]

Kemp’s Landing Mound

A Jackson County Burial Mound beneath Lake Seminole The Kemp’s Landing Mound, one of the best-known archaeological sites in Jackson County, has not been seen in sixty years. It was inundated beneath Lake Seminole when the Jim Woodruff Dam was completed in 1958. The mound stood about one mile south-southeast of Kemp’s Landing, a paddlewheel […]

Covered Bridge Trail in Blount County, Alabama

Fall colors are running a little late this year, which makes November the perfect time to drive the Blount County Covered Bridge Trail and enjoy the leaf change! Click here to visit Alabama’s official Fall Color Trail! The Blount County Covered Bridge Trail is a self-guided driving tour to three charming and historic covered bridges. […]

Hurricane Michael Recovery Update for Jackson, Washington, Holmes, Calhoun, Gadsden & Liberty Counties

Information for November 2, 2018 All Affected Areas Check your eligibility or file an application for disaster assistance through FEMA and other agencies at The Disaster Unemployment Assistance (DUA) program provides unemployment benefits if you become unemployed due to a Presidentially-declared disaster such as Hurricane Michael. Call 1-877-872-5627 or visit for more information. […]

Hurricane aftermath photos from Lovedale, Dellwood & Two Egg, Florida

Here is an array of photos taken in the Lovedale, Dellwood and Two Egg areas of Jackson County, Florida.  These were all taken at around the lunch hour today. Many homes are damaged and some are destroyed. Others came through remarkably unscathed. The captions will provide information on each location that TwoEgg.TV visited:   Facebook […]

Hurricane destroys historic Bellview Church in Jackson County, Florida

Jackson County’s historic Bellview Church is no more. The landmark near the old Parramore community was destroyed by Hurricane Michael. The adjoining Owens-Bellview Cemetery, which dates back to the first half of the 19th century, was also heavily damaged by the storm. Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Pinterest Reddit

Photos of Hurricane damage in Chattahoochee, Florida

Thanks to correspondent Pamela Drummond Medley for these photos of hurricane damage and relief efforts in Chattahoochee, Florida. We will have more soon. We have other information on power restoration, food and water points, etc. in Chattahoochee and Gadsden County at Hurricane Recovery Update Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Pinterest Reddit