Andrew goes deep into the interior of Florida and discovers that Florida is a lot more than its beaches and amusement parks. From its traditional Native American foods like water turtle roasted in the shell, ...Go to Episode
Andrew gets away from Florida’s big cities and sandy beaches to explore the interior of the state, beginning at Mack’s Fish Camp in the Everglades, run by 2 brothers that are proud to live a Gladesman lifestyle.
Hialeah, FL 33018
Andrew meets a family that’s adapted their lifestyle to keep up with the changing economic times. The Evans family owns a sturgeon farm where they produce caviar, and they show Andrew the process for harvesting the fish eggs.
1195 E Washington Ave
Pierson, FL 32180
Andrew is invited to the Seminole Indian’s Brighton Reservation where he goes hunting for alligator with tribe members, one of them a 10-year-old boy that catches a gator with his bare hands.
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