I’m working on a project based on the Florida Seminole Wars Heritage Trail. Because the Trail is primarily spatial, I started by creating a Google Earth layer listing all of the points by region. I just learned that WordPress.com disallows kmz uploads, so I imported the map into Google Maps instead. Here’s a link. HappyContinue reading “Seminole Wars Heritage Trail”
Before the U.S. Government built the Woodruff Dam and created Lake Seminole, the confluence of the Flint and Chattahoochee Rivers was a place of significance and power for many different peoples across the centuries. Today I understood that a little better when I saw this aerial from 1940 depicting the literal wedding of the watersContinue reading “Places of Power: Southern Rivers”
I’ve been putting these on Vimeo, but I decided to take the plunge tonight and create a whole branded YouTube thing. So, if you have approximately four minutes, check out my channel, Minute Wild. Thank you so much!
Road trip time. Day and Night 1.
In Florida, a different is always just a short ride away. These magical scenes are less than forty-five minutes away from my house in midtown Tallahassee.
A quick, Labor Day afternoon stroll. Is it finally cooling off?
The rain stopped long enough this evening for me to take a walk around my hotel on a business trip to Lakeland. I’m too sleepy to say more tonight, but I like it here.