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Panama City is a city located along U.S. Highway 98 in Bay County, Florida. It is the largest city between Pensacola, Florida and Tallahassee, Florida. It is the larger (population wise) of two principal cities of the Panama City-Lynn Haven, Florida Metropolitan Statistical Area. As of the 2000 census, the city population was 36,417; by 2004, the city's population had grown to 37,079, according to Census Bureau estimates. It is the county seat of Bay CountyGR6 and is located just east of the vacation destination Panama City Beach. Major employers in the Bay County area include Tyndall Air Force Base (located east of the city), the Coastal Systems Station-Naval Surface Warfare Center, Gulf Power, Arizona Chemical, Stone Container, and Berg Pipe. Gulf Coast Community College and a satellite campus of Florida State University offer educational opportunities. The city is served by Panama City-Bay County International Airport (PFN). -- Source:

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Panama City Florida United States
Population 36,417 15,982,378 281,421,906
Median age 37.2 38.7 35.3
Median age for Male 35.4 37.3 34
Median age for Female 39.3 40.1 36.5
Households 14,819 6,337,929 105,480,101
Household population 34,066 15,593,433 273,643,273
Average household size 2.3 2.46 2.59
Families 9,039 4,210,760 71,787,347
Average family size 2.92 2.98 3.14
Housing units 16,548 7,302,947 115,904,641
Occupied units 14,819 6,337,929 105,480,101
Vacant units 1,729 965,018 10,424,540

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Traffic jam

This was a little intimidating - to be stuck in traffic behind the load of wood which gives every indication of flying off any minute and crashing into our windshield. But there was nowhere to go, so naturally I took out my point-and-shoot and took a picture.

One of Dr. Duke's "gators"

Dr. James Duke is a highly-regarded orthopedic surgeon located here in Ocala. He's a graduate of the University of Florida, a school which has as its symbol an alligator. People who attend the University of Florida in Gainesville are known as "Gators."

Many of these people are rabid fans. Fanatics.

Ocala is full of U of F alumni. They can also be fanatics.

Dr. Duke has worked with the athletic department at the University of Florida for a number of years so he is doubly involved in the school's efforts to offer a quality college education. He is an avid fan. His office is filled with U of F memorabilia. This gator coiled up on the coffee table in his waiting room is one piece of that memorabilia.


...just down the street. Like a vision. Perhaps a sign that there still hope for this old, messed-up world?

Scenic at Stone Creek

Downtown Pensacola Gallery Night, March 11

Indulge in the eclectic atmosphere of Downtown Pensacola with an enticing array of music, art and cuisine. Come and enjoy Gallery Night, a free event that gives dozens of local artists the opportunity to showcase their creative works throughout several galleries, restaurants and businesses. Take a stroll along the charming streets and breezeways of the … Continue reading

More Big City Opera with Small Town Charm

Pensacola Opera is proud to present Giacomo Puccini’s epic opera Turandot this weekend at the Pensacola Saenger Theatre. Performances are Friday, March 11, 2011 at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday, March 13, 2011 at 2:00 p.m. at the historic Pensacola Saenger Theatre. In this Chinese fairy tale, young men are literally dying to marry the icy … Continue reading

Art In Bloom

I know it’s officially spring when the Pensacola Museum of Art hosts its annual Art in Bloom. The event combines two of my favorite things: art and flowers. Professional florists and floral design enthusiasts create arrangements inspired by the museum’s current exhibition. This year’s event, from March 27-April 3, is inspired by Rob Vander Zee’s … Continue reading

Alabama Family Cherishes Pensacola Postcards for Nearly 70 Years

I’ve worked at the Visitor Information Center for 11 years, greeting our many visitors who stop by. From time to time, certain visitors really stand out. Just this morning, I received a rare gift. A visitor from Alabaster, Alabama shared some postcards with me from 1944. His brother was training here at NAS Pensacola during … Continue reading

For Spring Break I Will…

One of the best things about attending college in the Pensacola Bay Area is you don’t have to travel very far to spend spring break with friends on the beach. Students at the University of West Florida and Pensacola State College have a variety of beautiful beaches to choose from – located just miles away … Continue reading

Go Irish on the Island

Pensacola Beach Featured on “Wheel of Fortune” Friday

On Friday, Feb. 18, Portofino Island Resort and Spa and The Northwest Florida Regional Airport will be featured on Wheel of Fortune. The two businesses have teamed up to award a seven day prize package to a lucky winner with an all expensed paid trip to beautiful Pensacola Beach. Portofino Island Resort and Spa will … Continue reading

Spring Break Is Closer Than You Think

Your spring break vacation to Pensacola, Florida is closer than you think. Find out how close you are to visiting our beautiful city. Atlanta 287 mi. Birmingham 260 mi. Chattanooga 424 mi. Chicago 922 mi. Cincinnati 716 mi. Dallas 751 mi. Detroit 975 mi. Houston 600 mi. Huntsville 346 mi. Jackson 347 mi. Kansas City … Continue reading

Explore Pensacola Naval Aviation at Discovery Saturday

In celebration of the Centennial of Naval Aviation, local historian and author John Appleyard will share the history of naval aviation and NAS Pensacola at this month’s “Discovery Saturday: From Navy Yard to Early Naval Aviation.” Presented by the National Naval Aviation Museum Foundation, the event will be held at 10 a.m. on Saturday, Feb. … Continue reading

Taking a break

Not going on a train, but will be taking a break for several weeks. Enjoy the rest of the summer, which is rapidly coming to an end. If possible I may post occasionally on our blog at L & L Photography.

Ocala horse statues

Being the horse capital of the world, Ocala has lots of horses and horse farms.  Ocala also has hundreds of horse statues.  Here are just a few.  The first three are located near to the community in which we live.  The last two you may recognize as being part of the "Horse Fever" project.

Applebee's Restaurant - mid-afternoon

I asked this cow for a portrait...

...and this is what I got. She had a lot of nerve!

Have kayak, will travel

Rainbow Springs - Swimming with Gators!

Rainbow Springs - Fun times

What could be more fun than throwing one of your friends into the springs? A great way to end the summer. School begins next week!

Synchronized kayaking

So far as goats go, this one is a beauty!

Our goat was found at Ocala's petting zoo which has many goats, as well as other animals, but this one struck a chord. I think she/or he was posing for me.

St. Augustine man hopes to pay it forward

Chris Crow, who has been deaf since he was 3 years old, was born with cerebral palsy, making the wheelchair ramp leading into his family’s St. Augustine home vital.

Lately the wooden ramp has been in a state of disrepair and in dire need of fixing.

Damaged by weather and mold, Chris says the ramp has become unusable.

“It’s just really not safe for people who have disabilities and wheelchairs who are afraid, who are scared, that they might fall,” Chris said through an interpreter. “It’s just not a safe situation.”

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Sen. Thrasher named FSU president


TALLAHASSEE — Florida State University on Tuesday chose powerful state Sen. John Thrasher as its next president despite significant opposition from people on campus who contended he isn’t qualified for the post.

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St. Johns County School Board discusses cost of going digital

The St. Johns County School Board approved the district’s Digital Classroom Plan on Tuesday in order to receive funding for technology from the state. The digital classrooms allocation was created to support district efforts to improve student performance by integrating technology in the classrooms.

Each school district had a Florida Education Finance Program allocation of a minimum $250,000. The remaining balance of each allocation was distributed based on each district’s proportion of the total full-time equivalent K-12 enrollment.

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