If you’re not careful, you might drive right past it near Crawfordville on your Northern Florida road trip. “Hey, were those a bunch of rusty old cars and trucks lined up beside the road?”, you might even ask as they quickly fade in your rear view mirror. If you’re like me, the urge to photograph these beauties will likely override your previous schedule and you’ll just have to stop to see them for yourself. Finding the old Ford truck graveyard isn’t easy, but for antique car buffs and photographers it’s definitely worth a stop when exploring the back roads of US Highway 319 in Northern Florida.
When most people think of a visit to the Florida during the winter months of December through early April, it’s usually to escape the bitter cold of more northern climates. But an added bonus of warm sunshine and not having to shovel snow is seeing the Florida manatees in their natural winter habitat. Read more “Where to Find Florida Manatees – Florida’s Winter Guests”
In the days before cell phones, being a police officer in Carrabelle, Florida was a very busy job. While it seems such a quiet and charming place today, Carrabelle was full of mayhem and mischief – that is until The World’s Smallest Police Station came into existence. Here’s the interesting UNIQUE FLORIDA story… Read more “World’s Smallest Police Station”