Yearling Trail, Pat's Island - Juniper Praire Wilderness, Ocala National Forest December 2004 
Mitch on the FNST
Mitch on the FNST
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DSC00189
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The Long Cemetery.  The Reuben Long family came to the area around 1872 and individual family members applied for and were granted homestead acres that they worked and lived on for many years.  In 1935 the island was abandoned by it's residents and surrendered back to the elements after less than 100 years of human occupation.
The Long Cemetery. The Reuben Long family came to the area around 1872 and individual family members applied for and were granted homestead acres that they worked and lived on for many years. In 1935 the island was abandoned by it's residents and surrendered back to the elements after less than 100 years of human occupation.
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Matriarch of the Long family
Matriarch of the Long family
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Hurricane damage at the Long Cemetery
Hurricane damage at the Long Cemetery
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Entrance to the Long Cemetery
Entrance to the Long Cemetery
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DSC00194
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Back on the Yearling Trail
Back on the Yearling Trail
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Silver Glen Springs Across Hwy 19 from the Yearling Trail Trailhead
Silver Glen Springs Across Hwy 19 from the Yearling Trail Trailhead
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