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Those who live in Destin call it Paradise.
Now Jim Vail has provided photographic proof in a delightful first Calendar...
Thursday, January 30, 2014
Saturday, November 9, 2013
(Destin) Find out what happens before dawn in Destin, or did, before Capt. Ben retired. Meet him at the altar to prepare for the exciting days as a deep sea fishing catamaran party boat captain on the Gulf of Mexico. 4 o'clock in the morning In a Sleepy Fishing Village Called Destin, $17, at Amazon.com, Destin History and Fishing Museum or Bayview RV Campground, 749 Beach Drive, Destin 32541 (850) 460-6862. Also at Christian Lifeway Centers.
Thursday, March 29, 2012
Monday, March 19, 2012
Wednesday, March 7, 2012
Saturday, March 3, 2012
(DESTIN) All are Welcome! We are planning a "BLAST FROM THE PAST" Meet the Author Book Event at the Destin History and Fishing Museum on Thursday, March 8, 4 pm! Bring your already purchased books in for signing and have some refreshments while checking out the fascinating exhibits at no charge. Drawings and gifts for kids! The adventures of "Bennie" in "Old Destin Through the eyes of a Child" and brand new release devotional "4 o'clock in the morning In a Sleepy Fishing Village Called Destin," will be available. Capt. Ben and family looks forward to seeing you!
Saturday, February 25, 2012
"Old Destin Through the Eyes of Child," Capt. Ben Marler's first book, set the standard so high, I was truly amazed at the next huge leap in his second book, "4 O'clock in the Morning." The daily devotions are so well organized and thought out. It was difficult for me to put the book down. The photographs alone are worth owning the book. If you enjoy history, particularly the history of old Florida, you can't help but be delighted! It brings back cherished memories. It's rare to find a book about fishing and the fisherman's life written in such an outstanding way. If I had only one word to describe this book it would be awesome. I cherish it! Well done, Capt. Ben! And thank you for the recipes! Jacquelyne K. Aparicio, NC