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|Isabelle, our French cousin, as we entered the Sunshine State|
Yee Ha! The day has arrived when we, those of us who are revealing our theme for the A to Z Blogging Challenge, announce to the world what our subject will be every day (Sundays excepted) in April. Last year my theme was “What I Love About France” and going with the travel theme, I decided to write about another place close to my heart (though you might not think it as exotic as France until after you read the upcoming posts), one I don’t think a lot of people “dream” about as a destination for adventure. But you might find—if you read my blog this April—that this destination has more to offer than you ever dreamed of. I will post things I love about this place, and things I can do without, but all will be informative and FUN to read. Come on, trust me.
Without further ado, I introduce to you the northern environs of the “Sunshine” state, Florida. North Florida is a completely different animal from the regions below Orlando. I won’t write about Disney or manmade water/amusement parks. I will write about history, wildlife, mysteries, funny and sad stories, motorcycles, fresh water springs, old plantation ruins, race cars, ancient trees, beaches and restaurants. Hopefully, by the end of April, you will come away with a perspective of North Florida that will have you planning your next vacation itinerary…
|Parade in St. Augustine on St. George Street|
|Swimming in Madison Blue Springs|
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