Wakulla Springs Lodge
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... cranes and elevators of all kinds. This river is always the home of flourishing industry of all sorts.
Baton Rouge is a nice little city and the capitol complex is impressive, with well-groomed dark green lawns, circular walkways and a serene lake. And it is right in the middle of the city.
On down the road we decided to take a detour south to the shoreline. We arrived at the beach in Bay St. Louis where a sign that we studied told us ...
... 8217;s story of what circus performers do after the show…I don’t want to spoil the story, so I’ll just highly recommend that you do not volunteer to host the after-circus party!
As we wander the grounds, Marcus points out the classrooms, dorms, and ROTC detachment he used to frequent. FSU has a beautiful campus set on, what looks to be, the only hill in Tallahassee. At one point on our tour ...
... suggesting that the bottom did not get very deep for that distance. There was not much wave action as a result.
As we passed mile after mile of this type of beach, we really regretted not coming down to this area. Harley, in particular, would have really liked the conditions here. Oh well, maybe next time.
For a few miles the speed limit dropped to 20 MPH and signs were posted warning of shore birds nesting in the ...
... change our minds and take a different route or hold off until after it hits. Guess the weather turned nasty in Texas and California just after we left. Got out of dodge in time I guess. Some observations: o Lots of pine trees in Florida along the interstate and very lush. o We just passed a place called Harold, Florida. Too funny! The temp is steadily going up outside as we press further on. It is now 92 degrees outside. Yikes. In comparison to all the other ...
... into the park in the evening and at night. The first evening, we did not see any.
On the 8th, we drove into Carrabelle and found the Crooked River Lighthouse which is a skeleton style lighthouse. From there we drove to Saint George Island to see the Cape St. George Lighthouse. Built in 1852, this 153-year-old veteran of hurricanes, wars, and erosion collapsed on October 21, 2005. The first lighthouse on St. George Island ...