the oldest profession

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the oldest profession, originally uploaded by a nameless yeast.

teepee town (I didn’t know it was called that until I googled it!), the old drug store in st augustine, was built on the site of an old indian burial ground. the place is loaded with displays of old medicine bottles, cosmetics, and other drugstore staples. it doesn’t appear to be a currently operating pharmacy, but rather a purveyor of the usual florida souvenir shop trinkets (sans smiley-faced oranges, which we couldn’t find *any*where) and lots and lots of crap. the thomas kinkade gallery was just down the street.

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