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Destin Florida Video

June 20, 2009
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310 Tequesta Emerald lakes subdivision Destin Florida Lakefront executive home for sale

March 28, 2009

Fort Benning Destin Army Recreation Area

March 8, 2009

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Welcome to Fort Benning’s Destin Army Recreation Area! Destin is known as “the World’s Luckiest Fishing Village” with pristine beaches and emerald green waters. Voted #1 best beach in 2009 by Southern Living magazine, Destin also received awards for best family destination, best city, and best weekend getaway and was featured at one of the hottest kayaking spots in Florida.

Located just 220 miles south of Fort Benning, Georgia, the Destin Army Recreation area is comprised of forty-six RV sites, thirty-four hotel rooms, twenty studios, fourteen apartments, thirteen two-bedroom villas, and five three-bedroom villas spread out over fifteen acres on the shores of the Choctawhatchee Bay, just minutes from The Gulf of Mexico and sugar white sandy beaches of Destin.

Open year round and offering quality lodging at a desirable location with affordable rates, the area is open to Active Duty and Retired military personnel, their Families, and DOD Civilians.

Recently renovated villas, newly constructed studios, beautiful landscaping on the pristine waters of the bay and offering a full service marina, swimming pool, playgrounds, and picnic areas will make your stay memorable and enjoyable. We’re confident that if you’re not already a regular visitor you soon will be.

 

 

Fort Benning Destin Florida Recreation

Fort Benning Destin Florida Recreation

Fort Benning Destin Florida

Fort Benning Destin Florida

 

 

Took these photo’s today running around Destin for BPO’s

Destin Magazine the new copy is out

November 25, 2008
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One word came to mind as I prepared this issue of Destin Magazine for press – family.
   Throughout its pages, you’ll find many articles that
will warm your heart, as they did mine. Maybe it is because I can certainly imagine the pride that Bill and Elizabeth Campbell must be feeling as their daughter, Carolyn, opens the doors to her new establishment (page 36); or that Sacred Heart’s Birth Place (where my granddaughter was born in January) is celebrating its first birthday (page 29); or how Diane Katzman discovered her jewelry-designing talent while simply spending quality time with her daughters (page 67).

   Possibly it was the poignancy I felt as I placed the photograph of Taylor Haugen on page 82 or how I could relate to a similar personal experience that George Gilbert shares in The Cedar Chest on page 38. It could be that The Perfect Meal (page 46) reminds of my lifelong quest to establish >
        Click on the cover of this issue to read more on page 17

Destin Commons video post

October 31, 2008

Destin Commons part 2

October 31, 2008

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