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From Tallahassee to Apalachicola

Monday, February 26, 2007

Since Tallahassee is the capital of Florida, I wanted to take some pictures of some of their buildings. See the really tall building in the back? That's their new capitol building. The pretty one in front with the striped awnings is the old building.
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This is the football stadium at FSU:
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Once we left Tallahassee, we drove on Highway 98, which is the beach road. In Carabelle, there's the world's smallest police station. It's a phone booth, and the police used to wait outside for a call for help.
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A little further west, we stopped to play on the beach at a little park with these neat retro sunshades:
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The sand was *so* nice! White and soft. These seagulls were loving it too.
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When we got into Apalachicola, we saw this man riding his tricycle:
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...and went down to the water and saw these beautiful rusty/crusty fishing boats:
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Tomorrow: pics from all the pretty towns like Seaside and Watercolor!

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