Saturday, October 1, 2022

Freeport Cafe Review, Freeport Florida, Delicious Burger!

Freeport Cafe is about 30 minutes from Panama City Beach. It's the perfect place to grab a delicious burger and have plenty of time to let it settle before hitting the beach or pool.

This small cafe is truly a local fav. While we waited, our server greeted several guest by name with classic southern charm.

The building is a bit of a dive, it is small and looks a bit run down. To be completely honest, had we not been starving, we may have made our way to another restaurant. But once inside, we were pleasantly surprised. It was very clean, decorated nicely, and smelled delicious.

We all got burgers, they were huge, messy, and cooked to order. After seeing large portions of fries walk by our table, we decided to split an order of sweet potato fries. I'm glad we did, because we all left stuffed for the remainder of the drive.

So next time you are passing through, do yourself a favor. Look past the exterior and stop at Freeport Cafe. If it's anything like our experience, then you won't regret it. 

Wednesday, August 17, 2022

Hemlock Studio Gallery, Clarkesville, GA, Great Art Studio

Since I am doing a review for an art studio, I felt that the photo should be "artsy". I used to dabble in photography in my younger days so I knew this would be fun. Because of my experience with photography, and because my wife and son both enjoy art, we always take time to enjoy an art exhibit when we travel. So, when we were in Clarkesville, Georgia over the summer, Hemlock art gallery was on our agenda.

Hemlock Studio and Gallery did not disappoint. Located just off the town square, it looks small from the outside. But once inside the store, it is much larger than I expected. The owners of the store moved to Georgia from Maine; they were friendly, fun to talk to, and very knowledgable. They did not mind showing us around the gallery, but they also allowed us to browse at our own pace. The studio provided a wide variety of artistic pieces by local artists: photography, paintings, pottery, rock sculptures, woodworking, jewelry, stained glass, and much more. One of the coolest things we saw were the handmade fly-fishing lures. The lures were wrapped perfectly, and the bright colors looked great on display. Unfortunately, I did not get a picture of the lures, so you'll have to stop by to see them for yourself. 

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