On Friday and Saturday evenings, it?s not uncommon to hear Johnny Cash tunes echoing across Showcase of Citrus farm?s 2,500 acres as members of the Arnold family shake off another satisfying workweek with their friends and customers. Fourth-generation grower John Arnold and his family can usually be found caring for their groves of citrus trees, collecting fruit, making juice, feeding farm animals or greeting visitors from around the globe.
Located just 15 minutes from Disney World, the Arnold family farm produces more than 50 varieties of citrus fruit and blackberries without using pesticides, herbicides, or magic beans. The fruit?as well as jams, jellies, marmalades, and honey?are all available onsite at Farmer John's Old Time Country Store where guests can sample sauces, jellies, marmalade, and honey. Guests can spot native or exotic wildlife such as alligators, zebra, water buffalo, watusi cattle, or scarlet macaws on one of the farm?s monster-truck eco-safari tours.
MobileCom is one of the nation’s largest authorized retailers for the new AT&T. Founded in Wilmington, Delaware in 1994, Mobile Com has grown into 4 regions, over 60 retail locations servicing over 200,000 active clients. Mobile Com has firmly established itself as one of the leading providers of AT&T cellular service.
With steady wrenches and minds crammed with vehicular know-how, the expert technicians at Napleton Chrysler Jeep Dodge make quick work of threats to automotive health. A four-pack of oil and filter changes means an upstanding driver or amorous crash-test dummy can ensure the insides of each engine in the driveway stay appropriately lubricated with the fresh fluid necessary for optimal combustion. Each appointment lasts half an hour or less, allowing customers just enough time to take a catnap or daydream about flipping through the most recent issue of Car and Driver in the commodious lounge area.
Led by accomplished wakeboarder Kyle Schmidt, the certified coaches at The Wakeboard Camp keep all skill levels skimming the surf with a focus on fundamentals such as body position, board control, and spinning. Lasting 2.5 hours, lessons take place almost entirely on the water, where students take turns trailing the cruising boat and blowing a whistle that repels storm clouds. Coaches impart balance and adjustment wisdom before board riders cast off, while feedback rounds after each 20-minute ride allow students to make improvements to their form. The Wakeboard Camp emphasizes rigorous repetition to improve muscle memory, hone techniques, and impress android dates; they also provide extra practice to pupils in the form of terra firma-supported equipment such as a trampoline for extra spin practice.
The talented bloom buffs at Clermont Florist have assembled pollen parcels into eye-inspiring, nose-nourishing works of art for more than four decades. The Be Happy bouquet serves as face-fertilizer for sprouting smiles, snuggling yellow roses and daisy-spray chrysanthemums inside a ceramic smiley-face mug ($42.50, standard). Hardworking employees can profess undying love for their bosses with six red roses in a clear glass vase ($49.95, standard), and then immediately follow up with a bouquet from the I'm Sorry collection to ensure job security. Peruse the full library of budding bouquets on Clermont Florist's website to find an arrangement to suit any special occasion.
Wandering through The Music House sends chills down most people's spines. Seeing all of the instruments lined up on the walls, you can't help but imagine which one is meant for you. Will you be a rock star and bang on the drums or sing about love alongside the dulcet tones of an acoustic guitar? The music-equipment store stocks drums, keyboards, and speakers along with classical instruments such as violins, trumpets, and flutes. If you want to grab a new instrument, sign up for one of The Music House's lessons, during which a professional musician will walk you through the basic techniques and tech you how to play simple songs until you get the hang of your new hobby.