Monday, April 6, 2009
Key West, Florida: Southernmost House in U.S.
Key West is the southernmost town in the continental United States (Hawaii is south of it; check the map). As a result, there are all sorts of "southernmost" landmarks in the place -- point (although it sure looks like an adjoining piece of land juts out south into the Gulf), hotel, and -- in the case of the pictured place on the left -- house.
I wonder if International Falls, Minnesota, has its northen counterpart. There's funky architecture in this place at least.
Posted by Budd Bailey at 12:40 AM