Musings on coastal living and island time.

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It's something we've all thought about, but only a lucky few actually go through with. Now that summer's rolling around, the thought of investing in a vacation home has probably crossed your mind again. Maybe you live in an inland town and wish you could drop everything and head to the beach without planning your accommodation. Maybe you're looking for another source of income — but you're limited on time. Or perhaps you're thinking of retiring in a few years and want to save up so you can head to a stunning coastal location. Whatever your reason, you should know that buying a second home doesn't have to be a far-off dream. That being said, you should be informed before making the decision and you should head into your home search equipped with the right

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It’s that time of year again. The heat of summer has transitioned to the cool and crisp days of fall. The white sand of the beaches is visibly smoother and it beckons for an autumn stroll along the shore. On September 22nd, 2014, at approximately 9:30 p.m., the Alabama Gulf Coast welcomed the Autumnal Equinox. On this day each year, the sun shines directly on the Earth’s equator, heralding days that will grow shorter, the nights colder.

The yearly migration of dragonflies arrived early this year, and currently we are witnessing the influx of slowly-lilting love bugs, our slightly bothersome, yet amusing, seasonal visitors. I was delighted to see a few monarch scouts in the past week. No doubt these fluttering sojourners will be arriving next. The

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