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When traveling the coastal highway 98 in the Florida panhandle you will come to a small area called Newport in Wakulla county. If you are coming from Perry this will be the oasis you was looking for after a 45 minute long stretch of vast woodlands. As you approach Newport the first sign of civilization will be TUPELO HONEY 1 MILE, and CANE SYRUP, MAYHAW JELLY, after a about a hundred feet or so you will see TUPELO HONEY, ITS DIFFERENT. As there is excitement in the air you will come to a bridge that crosses over the beautiful St. Marks river. When you start to look at all the unique Florida greenery you will see in your path a banner in large letters TUPELO HONEY, a truck with bottles of Tupelo Honey, Cane Syrup, Mayhaw Jelly on the hood. Sitting in a chair will be Mr. Bozeman. Mr. Bozeman has been a very close friend of dad and the family for many years. He has been the most dependable, helpful and a blessing to the Owen family .  Look up and see Preston Bozeman setting up his stand at the corner of highway 98 and 267 on Google Earth at this location.     .        .   or the video :                                                       

Click on links above to read and watch interview from the St. Petersburg times. Here Mr. Bozeman tells i like it is and the purpose of it all.
  Travel the scenic rout of highway 98 in Newport, Florida. Roadside stand and see Preston Bozeman. St. Pete Times news .