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Navarre Pier on a red flag high surf day

Don Bain's 360° Panoramas of the

Florida Panhandle and Northern Florida



The Panhandle is the least typical part of Florida, for one thing the "north" of Florida is the most "southern" culturally, and if state boundaries were drawn rationally (instead of for geopolitical historical reasons) the Panhandle would be divided between Alabama and Georgia.

In 2015 I went through the Panhandle and northern parts of Florida twice, eastbound in March and westbound in April. I enjoyed the Pensacola area, but skipped Panama Beach because of Spring Break crowds. The Forgotten Coast was a discovery and I hope to return there for a more leisurely look.


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