I took my camera with me one morning as Radar and I walked around taking in some of the sites.
This is painted on the road right where a group of locals gather on Friday or Saturday nights for an evening around the fire pit. I wonder if it's there to give them the direction home when the evening is over! For us, we would head South East to the Arc!
Crab pots, anchors and hausers are commonly used for yard decorations.
Tallahassee - St. Marks Railroad Trail
"A railroad often cited as Florida's first connected the port of St. Marks with the territorial capital, Tallahassee, some 20 miles inland. The line was constructed about 1836, and until the Civil War it served in the export of Middle Florida's cotton through St. Marks.
Today the attraction of St. Marks for boaters, fishermen, and seafood lovers preserves a strong relationship with Tallahassee (as does the location of a generating plant for Tallahassee here). The now-abandoned rail line serves as the popular Tallahassee-St. Marks Historic Railroad Trail State Park—a paved 16+-mile bicycle and equestrian trail terminating at the St. Marks waterfront."
Carter and I plan to ride our bicycles on this trail soon.
Sunrise from our dock.