Forgotten Coast

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ropeman
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Forgotten Coast

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Someone asked me recently where is the forgotten coast. I replied that it is from Keaton to Port St Joe. Is there any real demarcation?

Now that I have thought about it probably from Cedar Key to PSJ.
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Red Beard
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Forgotten Coast

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Per this book, the author gave me at the fish market. It says “originally” St.Mark’s to Mexico Beach. But the title claims “don’t know much..”

But in my mind I was thinking along the lines of your said parameters


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Re: Forgotten Coast

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I think the book might be right. I've always heard of the Forgotten Coast being a reference to the beaches in the region. Wikipedia stops it at St. Marks.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Forgotten ... r=113ae9b5
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Re: Forgotten Coast

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From my short 51 years here it's not "The Forgotten Coast "anymore. I would consider Keaton/Steinhachee area west to Appalachicola/PSJ to have fallen in this area. :smt004
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