Photos from Florida's Capital City (and occasionally a few from other interesting places I have been fortunate enough to visit in my travels!)
Thursday, March 12, 2015
This old wall has been standing for as long as I can remember and has definitely seen better days. It surrounds a huge piece of property with an old house behind it, but I think it will soon be coming down because the land is being developed into a 175 acre public park with nature trails, restroom facilities, a baseball field and other amenities. I can't wait, because it is very close to where I live and my grandkids are going to love it. Work has already begun and it is fun to watch how it is progressing.
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That's progress Lois, sometimes good sometimes not so much :) this one looks like it may be a popular decision.
Looks like a strong barrier to me.
The idea of what they are planning to do sounds very good to me :)
Maybe they leave some of that wall?
Have a beautiful day
i'm glad it will be a park instead of housing development! :)
Sounds like an awesome improvement in the community. Neat to see the wall though.
I love the colors in this photo. It will be very nice to have a new park in the area.. Have a great day!
Sounds like a positive change. So often we see the opposite when devlopers hit the scene.
Nice photo Lois!
I would love to see the old house behind it...
Turning the area in a park with nature trails sounds really good to me. Even better that it is in your area and you will be able to walk there.
It's always great to have a park near by! I do love the wall though!! Hope you have a beautiful day, Lois!! Enjoy!!
A park would be lovely to be.
Nice take Lois. The wall is nice though.
A good park would be quite welcome for you.
Certainly looks to be a strong fence! I'm sure it has done it's job over the past years.
Enjoy a beautiful day
That is a very good thing! Maybe they will brush up a little also this old wall...
The park will be a real treat! I hope the house isn't anything particularly significant though and just a ruin. Love the block wall!
Nice shot of this old wall. You can see some of the (wear and tear) from it being up so long. I do think though that the park sounds like an awesome idea.
I bet it was something special in its day though. I'm happy for your park coming soon, it will be such a pleasure for all!
Perhaps it'll look less forbidding?
I love that it will become a park, Lois!
Lois, your city that you show the pictures it looks like it was the happiest place on earth. Lots of sun, lots of sky, a lot of vegetation :)
The idea of creating a major new public park is odd in today's world, with strapped municipal budgets. Good for Tallahassee.
Hard to beat a stone wall for endurance.
It is always very good news when a public park is being developed.
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