Recently we took a road trip up to the areas near our state capital, Tallahassee. Our goal was to see small towns, drive back roads, and stay off the interstate once we got into our general stopping area for a few days. I am not certain where we were at the time, somewhere west of Tallahassee and east of Marianna in the Florida panhandle. We stumbled across this old Gulf station. I suspect we were travelling on Highway 90, but I can't be certain (might make it difficult to find it again for sure). It appears this old Gulf station is still open, but it was not when we stopped to take a few pictures. The dark clouds were hanging nearby but we didn't stay long enough to see if it was going to be a big thunder boomer soon.
And just in case you are thirsty, they had an old Coke vending machine that at least used to dispense bottles. Not sure if it still works or not, but since it clearly says "No Change" I wasn't going to try it just to see.
Here's to old rural Florida. It's nice to see that there is still some history out there and some things have not changed.