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Rural Florida

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Interested in visiting some rural areas of Florida that have an interesting history and natural areas, like springs for swimming etc. Hiking trails nearby. Places that have not changed much from over development like much of Florida. Small towns, but with a community and a good bookstore! The idea is to both visit the area for a short vacation, and also to consider it as a possibility for retirement living in the future.
Any suggestions?

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