If you’re interested in learning more about WiFi and cell phone technologies that might work on Dewees, here are some good background articles… WiMax is a longer-range WiFi technology. From the articles listed below, it sounds like WiMax is still a ways off, but may be gaining traction. There are also several competing technologies, such […]
My FON.com WiFi hotspot is up and running on Dewees. I have the high gain 7db antenna hooked up, but it’s inside. To get the best range, I need to run it outside. I’ll do that, but don’t have time just now. Come by and try out the access, it’s free if you set up […]
Some islanders are interested in setting up a wireless WiFi network on Dewees. The Communications Committee studied the idea and solicited bids for building a “municipal” WiFi network for the island. The low bid that they received was for $55,000. I think we can build a much cheaper network using Fon.com’s two-side wireless routers. Here […]
Hands down. The Margaritaville Blender is the best appliance at our new house on Dewees. Read the reviews at Amazon.com. They’re very positive and they should be. Deweesians, our blender is hooked up to one of the solar panel circuits. It works even when the power is out. If you need shelter from the dark, […]
Ted and I found this mud tower under the dock near the water end of Big Bend Dock. Be the first to tell us who makes it and win a free drink from Jesse’s Tropical Taste golf cart drink stand. (I’ll buy!)
Samantha, Dewees’s Naturalist, and Caitlin, one of the three sea turtle interns, explored what’s in the Plough Mud behind the Landings Building. Parents and students joined in the action. Dewees Summer Camp
The Dewees Turtle Calendar — who’s walking, who’s on call, when and where to go for Turtle Team meetings — is available as a Google Calendar. Write Samantha at email@example.com if you want to be added to the list of folks who can see the calendar.
Nicky and friends showed off their entrepreneurial skills today. They opened “Nicky’s Store”, a portable drink stand on the back of a golf cart; then they visited Dewees hot spots in the heat of the day.
On July 2, 2008 at 7:11 a.m., we found the sandcastle in the picture a little above the high tide line. Tools for making the castle we scattered around it. A deep moat on the front side protected the castle from the sea. In order to protect nesting sea turtles, such as Loggerhead turtles, Dewees […]