Tag Archives: highway culture

“Godly Men…”

Yesterday we had to make the 300 mile round trip to Tallahassee. As expected there were far fewer Confederate flags and nutty signs up alongside the highway than prior to the presidential election. Only one Confederate flag was hanging limply … Continue reading

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“Pray That God Would Show His Mercy…”

This past weekend I drove to CK for a short visit.It had been raining across northern Florida for a few days, and I would probably encounter some rain also. While I usually don’t like driving in the really heavy downpours … Continue reading

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“Those were the days…”

…of 29 cents a gallon gasoline. This is the b&w version of one of my Florida Highway [19/98] images. It is along the highway, not too far south of Tallahassee. There is really no sign of a gas station having … Continue reading

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