You will enjoy sitting around the firepit with Lucky and Maureen while he tells you about all the characters and gangsters that used to hang out on Big Cypress Road before the government bought most of them out.
This intentional act on their part has led to various internet threads discussing where these bills have turned up.
In the center of this sensory overload stands one man in tighty-whities, with Jesus Christ tattooed on his left bicep and the devil featured on his right.
He would grow up with Lakotas as his classmates, and he made them his subjects when he apprenticed under post photographer Stephen Fansler.
The only other residents of this lonely road today seem to be the Miccosukee Indians mentioned earlier who live in neat modern concrete block houses toward the eastern end of the 8 mile paved stretch.
Last Updated on May 27, 2021 by Aaron and his wife Evelyn have lived on the road since 2017, traveling the country in their Keystone Fuzion.