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1. Quick and dirty
2. On cloud nine
3. Just standing around
4. Seize the day
5. Split shift
6. Sea serpent
Answers to Outside
the Box Puzzles
from page 68
Fast
facts
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Total Area -
58,560
Square Miles
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Land Area -
54,252
Square Miles
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Total Water Area -
4,308
Square Miles
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Rank Among States in Total Area -
22
nd
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Distance from Pensacola to Key West -
792
Miles
by Road
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Highest Natural Point -
345
Feet
near Lakewood in
Walton County
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Geographic Centre -
12
Miles
Northwest of Brooksville,
Hernando County
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Coastline -
1,197
Statute Miles
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Tidal Shoreline -
2,276
Statute Miles
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Beaches -
663
Miles
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Longest River - St. Johns at
273
Miles
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Largest Lake - Lake Okeechobee at
730
Square Miles
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Largest County - Palm Beach at
2,578
Square Miles
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Smallest County - Union at
245
Square Miles
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Number of Counties -
67
Snowbird Lifestyle
Presentations Draw
Congratulations to Geri Cockwell
of Nobel, ON and James
Hutchinson of Tiny, ON, winners
of a Garmin nüvi® 3580 LMT
GPS courtesy of Group Services
Insurance Brokers and the CSA
Auto/Home program.
Five-year Memberships
M and M Brown, Tillsonburg, ON
A and M Jay, Rockwood, ON
R and S Evans, Ayr, ON
G and J Bushe, Melbourne, FL
$250 Petro-Canada gift cards
M and J Vanstone, Tsawwassen, BC
C and B Clennett, Canmore, AB
W and L Love, East St. Paul, MB
L and D Heighes, Owen Sound, ON
F and J Tasse, Hanmer, O
N
Winners of the 2013
CSA Early Bird Renewal
Congratulations
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Juan Ponce de León
discovers Florida
in 1513 when he
lands in NE Florida,
possibly near
present-day St.
Augustine, to claim
Florida for Spain.
This is when written
records about life in
Florida began.
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First permanent
European settlement
is established
in 1565 in St.
Augustine by Spain.
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Florida becomes a
U.S. territory in 1821.
General Andrew
Jackson serves as military governor until Congress
ratifies a territorial constitution.
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William P. Duval, Florida’s first civil governor, calls the first
legislative council into session in Pensacola on June 19,
1823.
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Admitted to U.S. as a state on March 3, 1845 (27th state)
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Population Rank -
4
th
in U.S.
behind California, Texas & New York
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Florida’s Population Estimate
(2011)
-
19,057,542
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Visitors to Florida (2011) –
87,000,000
Source: stateofflorida.com
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Florida produces 67% of
all the oranges in the
United States
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Florida produces 40% of
the world’s orange juice
Florida Facts
Florida Oranges
History
Population
Geography