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									Tallahassee H.O.G ABC’s of Florida Rules 2008
In order to fully appreciate what we have in Florida, the Tallahassee Harley Owners Group is presenting the ABCs of Florida. Our state’s allure, beauty, culture, and diversity can only be truly experienced as we travel the state on our Harley-Davidson motorcycles. From March 1, 2008 through November 15, 2008, we will have the opportunity to ride more, see more, and learn more about Florida, and get something tangible in return. Prizes will be awarded at our 2008 December Meeting/Christmas Party.

Get out there and Have Fun!!!!!
It is all about the “Ride”, and what a great way to recognize those individuals that spend their free time riding up and down the back roads of “The Sunshine State”! In the ABC’s of touring, the "A" stands for adventure, “B” stands for butt of steel, and “C” stands for courageous! That is all you need to be a winner in the ABC”s of touring. Here are the official guidelines: Entries must be from a current H.O.G.® member and must be for one person only. If a full and an associate member both wish to enter, each must submit separate forms with separate photos. Only photos will be accepted. We are unable to accept digital photos printed on regular paper, photos stored on CDs, or slides. Digital cameras may still be used; however, only photos printed on high-resolution photo paper will be considered. A separate photo must be submitted for each point.

All of the following elements MUST be included in EACH photo Submitted: Your Harley-Davidson® or Buell® motorcycle, an "official sign" as defined below, You (the entrant) – in at least six photos and the “Tallahassee HOG ABC’s” sign issued to you with your registration. The name of the city, town, village, community or municipality MUST appear legibly on the "official sign" in the photo and you must place the “Tallahassee HOG ABC’s 2008” sign legibly in the photo as well to receive points. Any illegible photos will not receive points. You must ride your Harley-Davidson motorcycle. You must be in a majority of the photos. Photos with motorcycles on trailers are not eligible. Deadlines: You must pre-register to compete prior to submitting your first photos. You must register before October 1 st 2008. All photos must be in the hands of the Activities Director by November 15th 2008.
You must earn twenty five points to be considered for this competition

Photos must qualify as outlined above to be eligible for points. Points are awarded as follows: Two points for each specified city, town, village, community, or municipality sign from A -Z listed below under Florida Cities. Limit Two points per letter (maximum of 50 points).

One point for each city, town, village, community, or municipality sign from A -Z. OTHER THAN listed below under Florida Cities. Limit one point per letter (maximum of 25 points). One point for each county sign from A-Z. The word county (or abbreviation equivalent) MUST appear on the sign as well as the name. Limit one point per county (maximum of 67 points). One point for each Florida State Park. The name as well as “State Park" MUST appear on the sign. (Maximum 25 Points) Five points for a National Forest sign. The name as well as "National Forest" MUST appear on the sign. (There are 3 Nat’l Forests in FL, Ocala, Apalachicola, and Osceola) (Max 15 Points) One point for a State Forest sign. The name as well as "State Forest" MUST appear on the sign. (Maximum 33 Points) Five points for each of the following: Historical roadside markers, buildings, monuments, etc., listed on the National Register of Historical Places. (Maximum 25 Points) Ten points will be awarded for any Rally photos (rallys within Florida) such as “The Florida State Hog Rally” etc…. The photo MUST clearly show an official rally banner or a National
H.O.G. staff member. (Maximum 50 Points) Twenty points will be awarded for photos of all three of the city limit signs entering Key West, Ft Walton, and the city limit sign entering St Augustine, Florida. (Maximum 20 Points) Twenty points will be awarded to any of the individuals that visit and collect documented photos of all 25 cities listed below (Maximum 20 Points) Twenty points will be awarded to any of the individuals that visit and collect documented photos of all 25 A-Z non-listed cities (Maximum 20 Points) Twenty points will be awarded to any of the individuals that visit and collect documented photos of all 67 counties listed below (Maximum 20 Points) IN THE INTEREST OF FAIRNESS, NO EXCEPTIONS WILL BE MADE TO THE PRECEDING RULES. In the event of a tie, a drawing will be held. Decision of the judges is final. You must earn twenty five points to be considered for this competition

Florida Cities (25)
Apalachicola Blountstown Cross City Dade City East Point Freeport Gainesville Naples Okeechobee Palatka Quincy Ratliff Steinhatchee Titusville Havana Inverness Jay Kissimmee Laurel Hill Monticello Union Park Valparaiso Williston Youngstown Zephyrhills

Florida Counties (67)
Alachua Bradford Calhoun Clay DeSoto Escambia Gadsden Gulf Hendry Hillsborough Jackson Lake Levy Manatee Miami-Dade Okaloosa Osceola Pinellas Santa Rosa Saint Johns Suwannee Volusia Washington Baker Brevard Charlotte Collier Dixie Flagler Gilchrist Hamilton Hernando Holmes Jefferson Lee Liberty Marion Monroe Okeechobee Palm Beach Polk Sarasota Saint Lucie Taylor Wakulla Bay Broward Citrus Columbia Duval Franklin Glades Hardee Highlands Indian River Lafayette Leon Madison Martin Nassau Orange Pasco Putnam Seminole Sumter Union Walton

Updated on January 2, 2008 by: Dave Grabow

Florida State Parks In Alphabetical Order (151)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15
Alafia River State Park Alfred B. Maclay Gardens State Park Amelia Island State Park Anastasia State Park Anclote Key Preserve State Park Avalon State Park Bahia Honda State Park Bald Point State Park The Barnacle Historic State Park Big Lagoon State Park Big Shoals State Park Big Talbot Island State Park Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park Blackwater River State Park Blue Spring State Park Lithia (Hillsborough) Tallahassee (Leon) Jacksonville (Duval) St. Augustine (Saint Johns) Dunedin (Pinellas) Fort Pierce (Saint Lucie) Big Pine Key (Monroe) Alligator Point (Franklin) Coconut Grove (Miami-Dade) Pensacola (Escambia) White Springs (Hamilton) Jacksonville (Duval) Key Biscayne (Miami-Dade) Holt (Okaloosa) Orange City (Volusia)

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Bulow Creek State Park Bulow Plantation Ruins Historic State Park Caladesi Island State Park Camp Helen State Park Cayo Costa State Park Cedar Key Museum State Park Cedar Key Scrub State Reserve Collier-Seminole State Park Constitution Convention Museum State Park Crystal River Archaeological State Park Crystal River Preserve State Park Dade Battlefield Historic State Park Deer Lake State Park De Leon Springs State Park Delnor-Wiggins Pass State Park Devil's Millhopper Geological State Park Don Pedro Island State Park Dr. Julian G. Bruce (St. George Island) State Park Dudley Farm Historic State Park Dunns Creek Econfina River State Park Eden Gardens State Park Edward Ball Wakulla Springs State Park Egmont Key State Park Estero Bay Preserve State Park Fakahatchee Strand Preserve State Park Falling Waters State Park Fanning Springs State Park Faver-Dykes State Park Florida Caverns State Park Forest Capital Museum State Park Fort Clinch State Park Fort Cooper State Park Fort Foster Historic State Park Fort George Island Cultural State Park Fort Pierce Inlet State Park Fort Zachary Taylor Historic State Park Fred Gannon Rocky Bayou State Park Gainesville-Hawthorne State Trail

Ormond Beach (Volusia) Bunnell (Flagler) Dunedin (Pinellas) Santa Rosa Beach (Walton) Boca Grande (Lee) Cedar Key (Levy) Cedar Key (Levy) Naples (Collier) Port St. Joe (Gulf) Crystal River (Citrus) Crystal River (Citrus) Bushnell (Sumter) Santa Rosa Beach (Walton) DeLeon Springs (Volusia) Naples (Collier) Gainesville (Alachua) Boca Grande (Lee) St. George Island (Franklin) Newberry (Alachua) Pomona Park (Putnam) Lamont (Jefferson) Point Washington (Walton) Wakulla Springs (Wakulla) Saint Petersburg (Pinellas) Estero (Lee) Copeland (Collier) Chipley (Washington) Fanning Springs (Gilchrist) St. Augustine (Saint Johns) Marianna (Jackson) Perry (Taylor) Fernandina Beach (Nassau) Inverness (Citrus) Thonotosassa (Hillsborough) Jacksonville (Duval) Fort Pierce (Saint Lucie) Key West (Monroe) Niceville (Okaloosa) Gainesville (Alachua)

Dagny Johnson Key Largo Hammock Botanical State Park Key Largo (Monroe)

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Gamble Plantation Historic State Park

Ellenton (Manatee)

Gamble Rogers Memorial State Recreation Area at Flagler Flagler Beach (Flagler) Beach Gasparilla Island State Park Boca Grande (Lee) George Crady Bridge State Fishing Pier Mike Roess Gold Head Branch State Park Grayton Beach State Park Guana River State Park Henderson Beach State Park Highlands Hammock State Park Hillsborough River State Park Homosassa Springs Wildlife State Park Honeymoon Island State Park Hontoon Island State Park Hugh Taylor Birch State Park Ichetucknee Springs State Park Indian Key Historic State Park John D. MacArthur Beach State Park John Gorrie Museum State Park John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park John U. Lloyd Beach State Park Jonathan Dickinson State Park Kissimmee Prairie Preserve State Park Koreshan State Historic Site Lake Griffin State Park Lake Jackson Mounds Archaeological State Park Lake Kissimmee State Park Lake Louisa State Park Lake Manatee State Park Lake Talquin State Park Letchworth Mounds Archaeological State Park Lignumvitae Key Botanical State Park Little Manatee River State Park Little Talbot Island State Park Long Key State Park Lovers Key State Park Lower Wekiva River Preserve State Park Alfred B. Maclay Gardens State Park Madira Bickel Mound State Archaeological Site Madison Blue Spring State Park Jacksonville (Duval) Keystone Heights (Clay) Santa Rosa Beach (Walton) Ponte Vedra (Saint Johns) Destin (Okaloosa) Sebring (Highlands) Thonotosassa (Hillsborough) Homosassa (Citrus) Dunedin (Pinellas) DeLand (Volusia) Fort Lauderdale (Broward) Fort White (Columbia) Islamorada (Monroe) North Palm Beach (Palm Beach) Apalachicola (Franklin) Key Largo (Monroe) Dania (Broward) Hobe Sound (Martin) Okeechobee (Okeechobee) Estero (Lee) Fruitland Park (Lake) Tallahassee (Leon) Lake Wales (Polk) Clermont (Lake) Bradenton (Manatee) Tallahassee (Leon) Monticello (Jefferson) Islamorada (Monroe) Wimauma (Hillsborough) Jacksonville (Duval) Long Key (Monroe) Fort Myers Beach (Lee) Apopka (Orange) Tallahassee (Leon) Ellenton (Manatee) Lee (Madison)

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Manatee Springs State Park Manatee Springs State Park Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings Historic State Park Mike Roess Gold Head Branch State Park Mound Key Archaeological State Park Myakka River State Park Natural Bridge Battlefield Historic State Park Navarre Beach State Park O'Leno State Park Ochlockonee River State Park Oleta River State Park Olustee Battlefield Historic State Park Orman House Oscar Scherer State Park Paynes Creek Historic State Park Paynes Prairie Preserve State Park Peacock Springs State Park Perdido Key State Park Ponce de Leon Springs State Park Pumpkin Hill Creek Preserve State Park Rainbow Springs State Park Ravine Gardens State Park River Rise Preserve State Park Rock Springs Run State Reserve Fred Gannon Rocky Bayou State Park San Felasco Hammock Preserve State Park San Marcos de Apalache Historic State Park

Chiefland (Levy) Cross Creek (Alachua) Keystone Heights (Clay) Estero (Lee) Sarasota (Sarasota) Tallahassee (Leon) Navarre (Santa Rosa) High Springs (Alachua) Sopchoppy (Wakulla) North Miami (Miami-Dade) Olustee (Baker) Apalachicola (Franklin) Osprey (Sarasota) Bowling Green (Hardee) Micanopy (Alachua) Live Oak (Suwannee) Pensacola (Escambia) Ponce de Leon (Holmes) Jacksonville (Duval) Dunellon (Citrus) Palatka (Putnam) High Springs (Alachua) Apopka (Orange) Niceville (Okaloosa) Gainesville (Alachua) St. Marks (Wakulla) Islamorada (Monroe) Jensen Beach (Martin) Stuart (Martin) Melbourne Beach (Brevard) Ocala (Marion) Saint Petersburg (Pinellas) Panama City (Bay) St. George Island (Franklin) Port St. Joe (Gulf) Stuart (Martin) White Springs (Hamilton) Boca Grande (Lee) Live Oak (Suwannee)

San Pedro Underwater Archaeological Preserve State Park 122 Savannas Preserve State Park 123 Seabranch Preserve State Park

124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133

Sebastian Inlet State Park Silver River State Park Skyway Fishing Pier State Park St. Andrews State Park St. George Island State Park St. Joseph Peninsula State Park St. Lucie Inlet Preserve State Park Stephen Foster Folk Culture Center State Park Stump Pass Beach State Park Suwannee River State Park

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Suwannee River Wilderness Trail Tarkiln Bayou Preserve State Park The Barnacle Historic State Park Three Rivers State Park Tomoka State Park Topsail Hill Preserve State Park Torreya State Park Troy Spring State Park Waccasassa Bay Preserve State Park Edward Ball Wakulla Springs State Park Washington Oaks Gardens State Park Wekiwa Springs State Park Werner-Boyce Salt Springs State Park William Beardall Tosohatchee State Reserve Windley Key Fossil Reef Geological State Park Ybor City Museum State Park Yellow Bluff Fort Historic State Park Yulee Sugar Mill Ruins Historic State Park

White Springs (Hamilton) Pensacola (Escambia) Coconut Grove (Miami-Dade) Sneads (Jackson) Ormond Beach (Volusia) Santa Rosa Beach (Walton) Bristol (Liberty) Branford (Suwannee) Cedar Key (Levy) Wakulla Springs (Wakulla) Palm Coast (Flagler) Apopka (Orange) Port Richey (Pasco) Christmas (Orange) Islamorada (Monroe) Tampa (Hillsborough) Jacksonville (Duval) Crystal River (Citrus)

State Forests in Florida
1. Belmore 2. Big Shoals 3. Blackwater River 4. Carl Duval Moore (map) 5. Cary 6. Cottage Hill 7. Deep Creek* 8. Etoniah Creek 9. Four Creeks 10. Goethe 11. Holopaw* 12. Jennings 13. John Bethea 14. Lake George 15. Lake Talquin 16. Lake Wales Ridge 17. Little-Big Econ 18. Matanzas 19. Myakka 20. Okaloacoochee Slough 21. Picayune Strand 22. Pine Log 23. Point Washington 24. Ralph E. Simmons 25. Ross Prairie 26. Seminole 27. Tate's Hell 28. Tiger Bay 29. Twin Rivers 30. Wakulla 31. Watson Island* 32. Welaka 33. Withlacoochee

The following incentives will be awarded: 1st place: Extreme bragging rights and two tires donated from Capital City Harley Davidson (In order to receive the 1st prize, you must agree to pay for these tires to be mounted and balanced by the Capital City Harley Davidson at a discounted rate, failure to comply results in forfeiture of the prize). 2nd place: 5,000 mile service or a Gift Certificate of equal value. 3rd place: 2,500 mile service or a Gift Certificate of equal value. 4th place: 1,000 mile service or Gift Certificate of equal value


								
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