The Florida Georgia game is unique in that it is played every year at a neutral site, Jacksonville, Florida.
Equal number of tickets are allotted to each school. The stadium is evenly divided. One side orange and blue,
the other side red and black.
Many Georgia fans stay on Amelia Island, which is very close to the Florida/Georgia border.
The watering hole on Amelia Island is the Palace Saloon, the oldest bar in Florida.
It has the old Saloon doors, leading into a beautiful bar with fabulous murals on the walls.
Lizzy and Pops
We celebrated Elizabeth’s 21st birthday at the Palace.
We will be serving Pirate’s Punch at our tailgate. Secret recipe.
A Georgia fan arrives early. Love this car.
The Palace welcomes dogs.
Susan Scarborough captures my Tailgating Through The South paintings. 11 of them…Vandy, Kentucky and Florida grace another wall.
Come on down to Amelia and The Plantation Shops.
Loran Smith will be signing copies of his new book, “Spread Formation: Tailgating & Home Recipes From College Football Greats!”
I will be there too, signing my “Tailgating Through The South” prints and just enjoying talking about tailgating tips.
Watch for upcoming stories from my tailgating travels. I welcome your comments, recipes and any inside information on your favorite tailgating spots.
Come celebrate with me. I’ll save you a seat at the table.