Here’s something you probably didn’t know.
There’s a county in Florida with no strip malls, grandiose hotels or overdeveloped suburbs. In fact, there’s only one fast-food restaurant in the whole county, a Burger King, and no one can remember where it’s located.
Now, I know what you’re thinking, I wandered into Disney World’s Magic Kingdom, but you’d be wrong. The most magical place in Florida is the remotely located Franklin County, where the panhandle of the state turns west out of the great peninsula. I use the term remote, because you actually have to get off the interstate to get there.