Any chance you know the name of the building? I have an ancestor that owned an oyster packing house in Apalachicola and would love to know if this was his.
can you say, "rutroh"
I love the craftsmanship that went into this church, and yes it is very unique, this area has lots of Victorian architecture. I think this church has a mixed bag of architecture.
I lived in Florida since 1966 and can tell you these places are rare...good landscape photo. cattle ranching is becoming a threatened way of life these days. especially when the gov. wants to tax it out of reach for your children so they can pass it down to their children.
when I was a kid, my father would take my bro. and me along with him to go buy young coon-hunting Treeing Walker dogs from old man in Cullman, Alabama ,he lived in a place very similar to this, although be it in a little better condition. he sold only quality hunting dogs, he knew his stuff. Those are the memories you keep a life time...
I like these old timey places, good photo...
Hi Ken! I love your pictures of Brooksville. I think you capture the feel of the area very well. I was wondering if I could ask you a few historical questions, regarding Brooksville in the 1960s. Let me know if that is possible! I can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org and I am Ms. Freedom Bruce from Navarre Florida!
This looks to be JEEP CAVE. if you stoop to get in, and then it opens to a fissure that is about 15 feet high and about 20-30 feet long then it is JEEP CAVE.
In the mid seventies, I lived just a couple of doors from this building. At the time, it was a neighborhood bar and the inside was more colorful the the outside is now!