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So I want to start a short mini series. I was looking at flags, and got made that Florida’s flag is pretty lame. I like striking and recognizable flags. I then thought of a seies about doing flags for each florida county. I saw that was 67 of them, but only had an idea for a hand full. But here are some! I’m gonna start a blog with explanations of each flag. But I’m always open to suggestions on making this easier on me.

#Florida

#Florida

Florida. Come on now.

Florida. Come on now.

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Elliott Sadler, driver of the #2 OneMain Financial Chevrolet, leads a group of cars during the NASCAR Nationwide Series Ford 300 at Homestead-Miami Speedway on November 19, 2011 in Homestead, Florida.
Photo by Jared C. Tilton/Getty Images

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Elliott Sadler, driver of the #2 OneMain Financial Chevrolet, leads a group of cars during the NASCAR Nationwide Series Ford 300 at Homestead-Miami Speedway on November 19, 2011 in Homestead, Florida.

Photo by Jared C. Tilton/Getty Images


A baseball game in St. Petersburg, FL around 1904 was literally played on a sandlot. (Heritage Park-Pinellas County Historical Museum)

A baseball game in St. Petersburg, FL around 1904 was literally played on a sandlot. (Heritage Park-Pinellas County Historical Museum)

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Soon.

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Soon.

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Pirate Ship at Raymond James Stadium, home of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
by Hoosierguy Jeff

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Pirate Ship at Raymond James Stadium, home of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

by Hoosierguy Jeff

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(l-r) Rangers Captain, Raymond, Phillies Phanatic, Mr. Met, Sluggerrr, Billy the Marlin.

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(l-r) Rangers Captain, Raymond, Phillies Phanatic, Mr. Met, Sluggerrr, Billy the Marlin.

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The Trop by Matthew Paulson
Tropicana Field: Home of the Tampa Bay Rays

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The Trop by Matthew Paulson

Tropicana Field: Home of the Tampa Bay Rays

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The A-Ring
Tropicana Field has become infamous for it’s catwalks unfortunate role in ballgames. On August 5, 2010 in one of the more recent incidents, Jason Kubel of the Minnesota Twins hit a sky-high infield pop-up that would have ended the inning in a 6–6 game if caught, but the ball struck the A-ring and fell safely on the infield allowing the Twins to score the go-ahead run and extend the inning in a controversial 8–6 win.
Photo by Doug S.

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The A-Ring

Tropicana Field has become infamous for it’s catwalks unfortunate role in ballgames. On August 5, 2010 in one of the more recent incidents, Jason Kubel of the Minnesota Twins hit a sky-high infield pop-up that would have ended the inning in a 6–6 game if caught, but the ball struck the A-ring and fell safely on the infield allowing the Twins to score the go-ahead run and extend the inning in a controversial 8–6 win.

Photo by Doug S.