Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Lowell, Florida...



...is located just north of Ocala and is a very, very small community noted primarily for the fact it is the home of the women's prison.

19 comments:

Olivier said...

ca ressemble plus a un petit pavillon qu'a une poste, c'est too much

cieldequimper said...

Oh lol! I bet there's no Jacob, Florida... :-)

BlueShell said...

Hi, here I am ...again...
I like the photos...but...the "home of the womens's prison...good LORD!!!

Hugs
BShell

brattcat said...

hmmm...and how does lois anne feel about that? i would imagine her 'lowell' is the antithesis of a women's prison.

Francisca said...

Is this the post office or the prison? If the latter, it's so small, it just proves women are angels. LOL! And you better watch how you respond; Lois is listening. ;-)

SRQ said...

Nice find. I love small town post offices. (And, I had no idea Lowell is home to the women's prison. Based on the size of the post office, should I infer that the ladies don't receive much snail mail??)

RedPat said...

Cool! It must give you a bit of a lift every time you see the town signs.

Cezar and Léia said...

a prison?
Crazy world...
Léia :)

Grant said...

I've noticed Cinderblock is a preferred method of construction here in Florida.

EG Wow said...

Hmm. I think I would be smart to say nothing right now. :))

magiceye said...

love the 2nd pic!

bfarr said...

Well, I was going to leave some snarky comment, but I see everyone else beat me to it....

Jack said...

That is probably why it has lacy ironwork columns.

Randy said...

These are great. I think I need to start a Randyville!

Bibi said...

Look at that! You start a blog and then you get a town named after you. And a prison, too... I'm jealous! ;)

Amin said...

Interesting find!

Tricia @ Bluff Area Daily said...

my goodness, they love you so much down there in florida that they named a town after you! heheheee =)

Halcyon said...

How neat that you have your very own post office!

nopham said...

You must be very "popular" with the prisoners...for them to name this town after you.

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