“Leon County is in the boonies.”
Perhaps it looks that way, but the county seat of Leon County is Tallahassee, the capitol of Florida. This, IMHO, moves the county out of the boonies.
But, you are right, it isn’t on either coast and is definitely somewhere in “fly over country”. I do suggest that like 2000/2001 court activity in Leon County in 2012 could be very interesting.
Just kidding. I am a retired FL CPA (1985) and have lived off and on in South Florida for a total of ten years (east and west coast) but I admit I have never made it to Tallahassee.
BTW, here is a link to Judge Sauls’ Wakulla County:
It is also in the boonies immediately south of Leon County, Population 28,000.
Leon County is clearly just like LA....
Lower Alabama :)
Even though it’s the capital, it is the boonies. Lots o’ rednecks. I’m in Orlando and there is nothing there for the most part. Capital and FSU be damned!
They have no office market to speak of and that’s how I gauge a city!