New in my latest maps series. Gorgeous blues, aqua and gold highlight this United States of America map.
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For those of you following my map quest, I should say that I will not be creating all 50 states unless someone requests that I do so. Nothing personal to all of my Wyoming fans, but a rectangle really does not make for much excitement. 😉 So I’ve found myself attracted to the funky shaped states such as my own: Florida.
Known as the “Sunshine State” for obvious reasons, Florida is kind of shaped like a gun which I find somewhat fitting. Because every time I read a news report about some bizarre crime, the scene is always somewhere in Florida. Truly we have many interesting people here and the real crazies seem to be drawn to it. If a man is going to eat another man’s face while he sleeps, it will happen in Florida. If someone will be attacked with a dead squirrel….yup, it will be here.
All of the oddities aside, I love my state. I have lived here almost my entire life and I have no desire to move anywhere else. If you want entertainment we have Disney, Epcot, Universal Studios and Busch Gardens. But the real attraction are our beaches. They are absolutely stunning! Sarasota’s powder white sands and turquoise waves equals heaven to me. I love the lush tropical landscaping and the relaxed atmosphere of the smaller cities.
Some interesting Florida facts: