Southeast - Evidence of Tropical Storm Debby in Pinellas County Florida
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06-29-12, 10:03 AM
On 6-28-12 I visited Ft. De Soto Park in Tierra Verde Florida. Due to Tropical Storm Debby that caused a lot of rain and flooding the last week of June in the state, the north beach access of the park was closed due to the clean up. Here is a photo showing a flooded bike path section at the entrance to the historic fort and fishing pier.
07-09-12, 04:00 PM
You don't have a clue what real spam is Paul. I am constantly deleting real spam from my bicycle website every day. My bicycle website has lots of bicycle info for bicycle people. Useful and helpful bicycle info. Maybe one day you can have a bicycle website and you can have people criticizing you. Good luck with your endeavors.
That reply wasn't directed at you. A guy spamming for a gaming website spammed here and bunch of other threads. Tom removed all his posts.
07-16-12, 03:41 PM
My mistake. Thanks Paul. Take care.
I liked your trails website.
(When posts are deleted, that can be really confusing.)
Your abandoned bridges photos reminded me of a local one in SW Indiana. There's even a hole in the wood deck where someone burned a campfire right through.
Old bridges really show the tension and compression parts clearly.
Not abandoned, and recently repainted. This only serves a couple of farms across the creek. Located in Northern KY.
07-23-12, 06:06 AM
Thanks for seeing my site rm rf. Your bridge photos are fantastic. I love visiting any old bridges I can find. They are amazing. Take care.
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