On Sunday in St. Pete, Anne and I went over to Fort De Soto, named for Hernando aka Ol’ Hern. Hernando De Soto was famous for being the first European to cross over the Mississippi River (and then die immediately after from “tropical fever”). He was also infamous for inflaming relations between Indians and Europeans, and he was known for being an all around jerk.
Fort De Soto is really cool though, and Anne and I have spent many days there (and brought many guests there) over the years.
Since I had so many photos from Sunday, and since the sunset was absolutely spectacular, I’ve split the day into two parts.