On June 1, as the early-morning sunlight bathes Formosa Gardens in a pale late-spring light, strange shapes will begin to billow up from the nearby landscape. They belong to more than 25 hot air balloons, which will take to the skies to mark the beginning of the Kissimmee Blue Skies Adventure Race at Formosa Gardens. As the balloons observe from on high, runners will navigate 3.5 miles of rodeo-themed obstacles. During the cowboy-inspired race, feet will slap muddy trails and clamber over bronco hurdles, as racers meet challenges ranging from a wagon trail to a feeding troth on their quests to finish first. Medals and T-shirts proclaim victory for each participant who sails over the finish line.
For every roach you see, there are multitudes you don't. The licensed techs at A1 Home Pest Control work hard to oust both the pests you see as well as the lazy ones napping behind the baseboards. Easily identifiable by the uniforms they wear to every job, techs use eco-friendly methods whenever possible to oust pests. Rats, termites, roaches, birds, even visitors who've worn out their welcome, all of them get the hint that it's time to scram when this team arrives.
ExecGolf Membership cards allow golfers to pass untouched through the doors of dozens of participating private courses at discounted prices. A membership card allows players two $25 rounds of golf at each of more than 20 participating courses, one of which must be redeemed before October 31, 2011. This per-round price includes cart rental, green fees, and the opportunity to engage in medieval cart jousting. Golfers can play unlimited rounds for a members-only rate at favorite courses or preview private courses such as Grand Cypress Resort, or historic Rio Pinar Country Club, which hosts 17 PGA and LPGA championships.