Monday, January 11, 2010

Fernandina (3)

Fernandina was a Spanish town.
Plaza San Carlos is its oldest part. Obviously, the Victorian homes and Florida bungalows are newcomers
Before the Spanish, the Indians used this high place above the Amelia river as a settlement.

Many of the homes had for sale signs. What a beautiful spot to live, but ....

... there is a reason why the homes are for sale.
Looks like a paper factory. It makes a lot of noise, but luckily we did not smell it.

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