Is it me, or is it a Florida thing? – Full Throttle, March. 25, 2013

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Florida is indeed a lovely place to be in the spring. It’s not too hot yet, which makes outdoor activities very pleasant, which also means that it’s convertible weather. Or just driving weather in general.
Following the winding A1A coastal route is not the quickest way to get anywhere on the extreme right coast, with speed limits of 25-45 mph and stop signs and pedestrian crosswalks every 10 feet, it seems, but it is an eyeful here. Beaches, surfers and really friendly and polite people who have no problem just randomly striking up some idle chit-chat.

 

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