The final installment/study of Emmett and his junior-year college roommates at Stetson features John N. Worley, of St. Augustine, and Fred Fee, of Fort Pierce, Florida. 620 more words
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While Florida has lots of high bridges and a few cantilever and cable-stayed ones, the state only boasts one highway suspension bridge. The bridge believe it or not is over the Suwannee River near Luraville (in Lafayette County) and boasts a span that is much shorter than any of the cable-stayed or cantilever ones in the state. 149 more words
Despite having 700 miles of sandy beaches to swim and play on, Floridians have always loved their swimming pools.
Even that workaholic Thomas Edison had a Portland Cement pool put into his winter state and lab at Fort Myers in 1910. 434 more words