From the publisher
Summer is here and our readers know how to stay cool. Bring on the warm water activities and the hot styles of summer! Jam-packed in this issue is next-level living that will help you stay cool this season.
Start with our Why We Live Here section on (page 84)
featuring the Blue Angels. The crowd-pleasing airshow
features the Navy’s hottest pilots wowing locals and
visitors alike on Pensacola Beach.
Our High Octane
section on (page 78) features one of the coolest cars
around: the Ferrari GTC4 ‘Lusso’. Travel with us to El
Salvador (page 16) as we discover this hot, new vacation
resort in Central America. And don’t miss this issue’s amazing home designs on (pages 36 and 68). Home design
is one of our passions and these homes are sure to inspire.
All that and more in this issue hot off the press. Stay
IN THIS ISSUE : JUNE / JULY 2022
When Amanda and William Laurence were ready to
plan and build their forever home on County Road 1
on the eastern side of Mobile Bay, they knew exactly
where to begin.
By Sabe Fink
STAYING ON TOP OF WHAT WILL
AFFECT YOUR BOTTOM LINE
Considering the tax implications of key financial moves
could save you money.
By S. Wesley Carpenter, CPWA®, CFP®, ChFC®, CRPC®, CPFA®
REWARD YOURSELF-GET THE GRADY!
Spending time with family and friends on the water is a
rewarding experience and one that should be cherished.
Gyroscopic stabilizers are transforming the comfort level of
boats by eliminating up to 95% of the roll.
By Jim Cox
JUNIOR LEAGUE OF PENSACOLA
Junior League of Pensacola is singularly focused
on the growth of its service-oriented members and
the residents of the community.
By Miranda Cauldwell
Aluma Designs was founded in 2003 by its principal and chief
designer, David Keigley, in the Miami Design District.
By Winston Perkins
Tim Ludvigsen desires to leave a lasting legacy
of Pensacola’s historic past and progressive
present to future generations through his
El Salvador has proven to be a tropical
paradise that reaps huge rewards for
those who look past the perpetuated fear. By Shane Reynolds