Skipping Around Florida

We crossed the Georgia/Florida State line on 13 December and remerged a month later, crossing into Alabama on 13 January. Along the way, we inadvertently collected a LOT of sand, stepped on way too many stickers, and inhaled a toxic dose of DEET.

But despite the annoying idiosyncrasies of traversing a peninsula, I gathered some memories that will be hard to top.

Please note, the Everglades portion, as it is so unique, is covered in a separate post.


“Technology and Nature” – Florida’s Spin on Man’s Impact

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Sunset at Vero Beach, Sebastian Inlet State Park

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Sunset at Jonathan Dickinson State Park

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Fort Zachary Taylor Historic State Park

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Spanish Harbor Keys

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Yes, the colors are real.

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Sunrise at Key Largo

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Biscayne Bay

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Ochopee Post Office – smallest post office in the United States.

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Rainbow at Lake Manatee State Park

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After the storm rolled through – Lake Manatee State Park

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Sunrise at Withlacoochee State Forest

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Spanish Moss (Tillandsia usneoides)

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Sunset, White Springs

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Ochlockonee River, Sopchoppy

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Fred Gannon Rocky Bayou State Recreation Area

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Sunset at Big Lagoon State Park

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Sunrise at Big Lagoon State Park

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Foggy Morning at Big Lagoon State Park

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