Fernandina Beach and Fort Clinch on Amelia Island, Florida - RV Travel
To conclude my Fall 2017 road trip I arrive in Florida coming from Georgia. I stay at Fort Clinch State Park, on Amelia Island, near Fernandina Beach. The sunset and sunrise were amazing.
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Florida Indian Mound Sites and Native American Artifacts 10
There are over 100 Indian Mound or Relic Sites open to the public, as listed in the book Boardwalks and Long Walks : Rediscovering Florida.
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A rapid fire video of the Indian Mounds and Artifacts on the West Coast and interior of Florida. This quick overview was done with photostory.
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Brooklyn isn’t a city. It’s a metropolis of a borough. It’s also an idea. Its culture and urban sensibility have been exported to the point that Brooklynization is a phenomenon. Trendy restaurants, shops and businesses bearing the Brooklyn name--or one of its neighborhoods--appear in countries from Germany to Japan.
And yet Brooklyn is very much a collection of communities, many with inviting green spaces and spectacular water views. Brooklyn real estate prices, whether pre-war, post-war or landmark, rival those across the East River in Manhattan. That doesn't surprise Brooklynites who never saw homes in the borough as a consolation prize.
Dumbo and Williamsburg are former industrial areas where old factories and warehouses have been rehabbed into pricy condominiums and lofts. Dumbo is the acronym for Down Under the Manhattan Bridge Overpass. This territory, largely situated between the Brooklyn and Manhattan bridges, is now an incubator for art and technology. It has managed to retain its gritty noir feel and industrial roots, which accounts for its starring role in countless films and photo shoots. Williamsburg has become synonymous with hipster culture--music, fashion and food. The low rents that initially attracted artists to these two enclaves of reinvention are a thing of the past.
Classic “Brownstone Brooklyn” is found in neighborhoods like Park Slope and Brooklyn Heights. Park Slope is a family-friendly community of shady blocks framed by a low-slung skyline that is adjacent to Prospect Park, the 585-acre green masterpiece designed by Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux, creators of New York’s Central Park.
Brooklyn Heights is entirely a historic district--New York’s first, designated in 1965. The neighborhood is affluent, quiet and filled with architectural gems. One of its greatest treasures is the cantilevered Promenade that overlooks New York Harbor and Lower Manhattan as well as Brooklyn Bridge Park. The park, which opened in 2010, is a massive complex of athletic fields, food concessions, bike paths and pool with a full schedule of cultural events, entertainment and activities. From Brooklyn Heights, New York’s financial district is a quick zip on the subway. But that’s not the only way to access Manhattan. The favorite means is walking to it across iconic Brooklyn Bridge.
Finding The Bunker in Ocala National Forest
I found this structure in Ocala National Forest and some have called it The Bunker. I am not positive what this structure is though or how long ago it was built. It was neat though to find it and climb down in it. At the bottom was some water and few spiders on the wall.
Small Shack by Lake Akron at Ellis Acres Reserve
In Lake County by Paisley is this nice wilderness area not real far from Ocala National Forest. I followed one of the trails back to Lake Akron where I found this small shack. I'm not sure what it was for but maybe for camping is one thought. It would be a really nice place if it was fixed up. I went inside and explored around it. I really enjoyed the views by the lake.
The Gem of Bass Fishing Florida
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Babcock Webb: The Gem of Bass Fishing
Known as the Gem of the St. Johns River, Palatka, Fla., is the gateway to Central Florida's best bass fishing andto many of its top attractions, historical sites, arts, culture and year-round events.
Anglers love to come to Palatka and fish the St. Johns River, said Diane Northrip, Putnam County Chamber of Commerce Chairman of the Board. Some venture to Lake Crescent in Crescent City or to Rodman Lake. Sailing fanatics, wildlife viewers and other outdoor recreation enthusiasts also enjoy all Putnam County has to offer,
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The Yearling Trail in Ocala National Forest
The Yearling Trail is a great place to hike in Ocala National Forest. You can learn about the history of the place as well as enjoy the scenic wilderness. This trail also links into the Florida Trail.
Discovering The Indian Mounds
For Niko's 12th birtdhay we took him to Ocmulgee National Monument to learn about Native American Indians who lived in our area 1000+ years ago.
All children around here go there for field trips so we felt it was time Niko got to experience it.
12/23/11 was the 75 year anniversary of the park. Here are some links to learn more.
The Best National Forest Campsite I've ever Used
This National Forest campsite is pure magic. I took this video of it during the RepubliKKKan Party government shutdown. I've only been able to get this site one time in years of trying. Why do I like it so much?
The campground itself is relatively secluded and is surrounded by high mountains. The are is also packed with wonderful hiking trails, lots of high-quality waterfalls, and plenty of wildlife. This site is very large and on the water. There is only one other campsite beside it, and there is ample space and vegetation separating the two. Despite the fact that we were raided one night by a large black bear at this campsite, it remains the best National Forest site I've ever used.
Indian Mounds as a Habitat Type
Indian Mounds are not a natural habitat, but their historical, cultural, and environmental impact on the State of Florida make them noteworthy. Habitat Types on the Florida Landscape, available on Lulu.com.