Living here is basically living in your car… My resolution for 2018: stop filming with SnapChat 😉.
I found an undergoing editing with rushes from my April-June 2016 stay in Florida on my computer. I decided to make it a souvenir of the 4 key locations of my stay: San Marco, where I rented a (great) airBnB apartment. Jacksonville Downtown, the Main St bridge (the blue bridge, that I used to cross […]
I took almost no photos of my last trip to the US, but the few of them make a good summary of those 2 months. Raiford, FL Prison made TØP beanie Macclenny Christmas Craft fair Macclenny, FL Raiford, FL
One of my last days in Florida I stopped by at an army shop-surplus, and I took some pictures I kept aside to share them here… and I realise I never did. No big difference with a French one, except for the “sexy” mannequin out side and the size of it (once again).
As stated in my previous post, my July 4th plane was canceled. It was replaced by an earlier plane the same day but my timing was already very tight, impossible for me to catch that plane … unless of course I cancel my visit with the husband and ah, well… 😉 So I was rebooked on […]
After Marjorie Kinna Rawlings‘ house, Micanopy, son museum, and River, I made a last stop in downtown Gainesville. It was really short so I don’t have much to say about it. It was a step for me in my River pilgrimage. I stayed around the Sun Center. Gainesville is a student city but it was very quiet when I […]
However small Micanopy is, it has its museum. Open everyday from 1 p.m to 4 p.m, entrance is free but a $2 donation is recommended 🙂 Address : 607 NE 1st Ave Micanopy, FL 32667 The inside is just a complete bric-à-brac total, but the volunteer who was there told us the story of the seminole indians (Micanopy […]
After visiting Marjory Kinnan Rawlings’ house in Cross Creek, we went to the Historic Business district of Micanopy. Oh my God this is the cutest town! Time just seems to have been suspended there. By the way the Huffington Post is in agreement with me. I didn’t take a lot of pictures as I left my camera in […]
I must say that I had never heard of Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings before … I’m certainly not the right person to complete your literary culture so I invite you to visit her wikipedia page. Her life is the most interesting to me. To sum it up, she lived in New York (in the 1910’s), with […]
Five Points is a small “vintage” neighborhood of Jacksonville, with its distinctive restaurants and boutiques. It is also in Five Points that I usually refill with original cards for my special one. You can find a list of the shops here. The shop 5 Points Antiques is quite fun: You can also take a break and […]