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Friday, December 28, 2012

Girls' Scout Second Day Challenge for the 100th Anniversary Trophy! #GirlsScout

Well, we must complete this scavenger hunt 2012 for the 100th Anniversary of the Girls Scout. This was the 2nd day of the Scavenger hunt and we tried to complete all that was on our list to win the Challenge. Let's see how many South Floridians knows or have visited these places.

The sun was still shining as we made our way around Florida, after our way from the Keys we made our way to the Knaws Berry Farm in Homestead. They are famous for their strawberries and cinnamon rolls. Does anyone knows the history of this place?

Here is a little history:
Knaus Berry Farm has been owned and operated by members of the Knaus family for over 50 years. It is Located at: 15980 SW 248 Street, Homestead, Fl, 33031.
 For more information on the Knaus Berry Farm, check out the website and on facebook.

Next we were off to the Black Point Park and Marina in Homestead, these are places to visit for a day and have a great outing with the children. A great way to know Florida, here there are beaches, bike trails, dog parks, golf courses, gun ranges, marina and pool, to name a few activities available. 

For more information check the website.

Next we visited Cauley Square. It is a beautiful place to have tea, looks similar to a tea or pub in England, UK. For a little history :
The world-famous Tea Room Restaurant is a historic site unto itself providing rare dining experiences daily and weekends in a traditional Victorian atmosphere with classical music as a background to your enjoyment of extraordinary prepared fine food and home cooked old-fashioned delicacies for all occasions.
It is located at:
Cauley Square Shoppes
22400 Old Dixie Highway, Miami, Fl. 

Check them out for New Year's Eve Activities and more information on the website.

Here is another Miami Attractions -: Deering Estate at Cutler. Here there are many special events, exhibits, tour classes, kids camp and rentals for private events can be found on the website.

Last but not least a piece of sad history regarding a flight lost in the everglades: Value Jet Memorial. We prayed for those gone and those who remain. For more information check the website.

This is the end of our 2nd day, we have one more day to complete the scavenger hunt. We certainly know a bit more about Florida's history and more about our local produce and farmers. It is great to support the local farmers and keep our history going. Hope you all enjoy the sites as we did. 

© 2012 Emy Cooks

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