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  1. Economy hits the gas: More buyers seeking high-end RVs with all the comforts of home

    Business

    SEFFNER

    For Doug and Nicki Craig, the ''aha'' moment came in 2007.

      Doug and Nicki Craig of Ohio, who recently bought a Monaco Dynasty at the Lazydays The RV Authority in seffne Saturday August 23, 2014. Lazydays is seeing a large rise in the number of high-end motor homes costing more than $350,000. "We got our because it is a more freeing experience. We can work from the road and still keep in touch with our child and grand children," Doug Craig said. The couple is apart of the Lazydays Crown Club and have access to the clubs pool, lounge space, as well as service repairs. Doug and Nicki Craig will be heading to Houston to visit their daughter once the final parts for repair are in.
  2. Discovery Cove deal adds free admission to SeaWorld, water park and Busch Gardens

    Florida

    With Labor Day comes theme parks turning their focus to Florida residents, and that means deals. First up is a Florida resident deal at Discovery Cove in Orlando. The theme park, which features swimming with dolphins, snorkeling with thousands of tropical fish and hand-feeding exotic birds, has an all-inclusive package …

    Tampa Bay RaysÕ outfielder, Wil Myers took a break from baseball to swim with dolphins, meet real-life rays at Discovery Cove in Orlando 

ORLANDO, Fla. Ñ April 25, 2014 Ñ Tampa Bay RaysÕ baseball player, Wil Myers, traded in his rigorous practice and game schedule to immerse in the tropical oasis of Discovery Cove ̈ in Orlando. For the day, the 2013 American League Rookie of the Year swam with real-life rays, dolphins and tropical fish. The mini-getaway left him refreshed and refueled to step back on the field, and deliver a powerhouse performance. Discovery Cove Orlando was ranked #1 in the 2013 TripAdvisorÕs TravelerÕs Choice Awards under Ã’Top 25 Amusement Parks & Water Parks in The WorldÓ category. For more information, visit www.discoverycove.com.
  3. Galápagos, a natural selection for seeing all manner of wildlife (w/video)

    Travel

    ECUADOR

    The flimsy sink was positioned right over the bucket, a few tiny leaves thrown into the clear water to demonstrate as the man in khaki pulled the plug. The water, the leaves: straight down. He moved the bucket and sink 2 feet to the north of the line painted on concrete, repeated the experiment and the …

    The red-footed booby nests in low bushes, laying only one egg. There are thought to be 9,000 pairs of them on Genovesa Island, cohabiting with Nazca boobies and blue-footed boobies.