Off the Atlantic coast of southern Georgia lies the historic legend and gem of a destination, Sea Island. Founded in 1928, this resort has continued to pride itself for its gracious hospitality, breath-taking architecture, and esteemed location. Over 80 years later, the tradition of the island is ever-present – families return over generations and the original grandeur of Addison Mizner’s fundamental architecture remains preserved throughout extensive renovations. Accommodations here are unmatched in their elegance and luxury, and a sense of timeless prestige fills the grounds.Four uniquely exceptional experiences offered within the resort have been prized with the Forbes Five Star Award: The Cloister at Sea Island, The Lodge at Sea IslandGolf Club, the Cloister Spa, and the Georgian Room restaurant. On-site facilities – including three championship golf courses, a tennis and squash club, yacht club, beach club, and shooting school – allow for the most affluent of leisure activities
Nautilus – a 38-acre private island in Castine Harbor, Maine, on Penobscot Bay – is to be auctioned on October 18, 2012, at Dennetts Wharf Restaurant, 15 Sea Street, Castine. Looking across the bay at Islesboro and the Camden Hills, the property is rich in history and breathtaking scenery. The three-story main residence rests on the bluff. It includes a library,powder room, large living room, office, foyer, butler’s pantry, professional kitchen,formal dining room. 5 bedrooms, and 3 bathrooms.
Most often, when people think of renewable energy, connotations of eco-friendliness and green living come to mind. Rightly so. Environmentalism, however, needn’t be your only incentive for switching to an alternative energy source. In many cases, renewable energy can actually be an economically-wise lifestyle choice as well. With fuel and electicity prices rising by the day, alternatives such as solar and wind power can be quite attractive