Panama City in Florida’s Panhandle is on a well-protected bay–its entrance protected by a barrier island.
St. Andrew, (St. Andrews is also an accepted spelling) is a tiny section of Panama City, would like to be a secret not so well kept. An important port as long ago as the Civil War, it grew, was incorporated in 1908, and annexed by Panama City 1927. Today it has the fragrance of Old Florida, and a band of local artists and conservationist are determined to enhance the charm.
Nowhere are their efforts more evidenced than in the neighborhood Truesdall Park. Here locals have built simplified structures that suggest area history, and playful sculptures that are aglow with colored lights at Christmas time.
WISHING YOU A MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A WONDERFUL 2014