St. Augustine

Castillo de San Marcos, St. Augustine, Florida

I drove my car to Hilton Head Island to I could take the long way home, via St. Augustine, Florida, since it was only a few hours out of the way (as an aside: Georgia has more police officers, state troopers, and speed-trap-enforcers per capita than any other state. And yet, I am amazingly ticket-free). Founded in 1565 by the Spanish, St. Augustine is the oldest, continuously occupied community in the United States.

I think the world would be a better place with more cobblestone streets.


AlabamaGal said...

Great pictures! I've never been to St. Augustine but it looks beautiful.


stephen said...

Sounds pretty cool, of course you better knock on wood with regard to not getting a ticket - don't want to give yourself any bad luck speedy. ;)

Haphazardkat said...

beautiful! :) I agree with you--bring on more cobblestone!

Wiz's Wench said...

beautiful pics!! I always LOVE your pics.

Steph said...

I'll get there one of these days.
I'm enjoying your photos.

I'd avoid Georgia if I were you... just going on past history.
Not that you speed or anything, I mean I'm sure that they are just usually out to get you! LMAO

I totally agree with your cobblestone thought.


Say Anything said...

Thanks, all...I have puh-lenty more photos but I thought I'd pace myself :)