Desoto Dogs

Dog Walking Service – Fort De Soto Campground – Tierra Verde, Florida

The coolest website about Fort Desoto Park (besides mine of course)

My mom and I found this website today while getting ready for our “3 month tour” (get it, Gilligan’s island and three-hour tour..ok, maybe I’m the only one who get’s it). If you have been wondering whether or not to come visit Fort De Soto park, take a look at this multimedia presentation the St. Petersburg Times published back in 2005. It was quite a while back, but everything is pretty much the same. (beaches and parks are timeless, right?)

Be careful, because you will be dropping everything to plan your next visit and hopefully stay a few days at the campground as well.

(Warning: music is on autoplay when clicking to the website. There’s a “Music Control” button at the bottom left of the screen.)

St. Pete Times Presents a Multimedia Presentation

Home of America’s No. 1 Beach
Ft. DeSoto Park

Tour: A Day in the Life at Fort DeSoto Park
View: A field guide to the Beach                

St. Pete Times Fort DeSoto multimedia presentation

There are some amazing illustrations to see and they wouldn’t be complete without mentioning the Dog Park of course!

The people who put this together did a great job. My mom says these are the kind of presentations she wishes we would do for our school work. Uh, yeah mom, they are PROFESSIONALS! It looks like I’m going to have to do some serious googling to even begin to carry out something like this.  And I got dogs to walk people!


These people’s websites:

Don Morris: http://alexanderpollard.typepad.com/the_pimento_files/don-morris/

Desiree Perry: http://www.desireeperry.com

Lee Glynn: http://www.leeglynndesign.com/

Mike Wilson: http://www.tampabay.com/writers/mike-wilson

Terry Tomlin: http://www.floridaoutdoorsguide.com/

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