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Bruce Hunt Bibliography:
Adventure Sports in Florida, Pineapple Press 1996
Visiting Small-Town Florida (Volume 1, 1st Edition), Pineapple Press 1997
Visiting Small-Town Florida (Volume 2, 1st Edition), Pineapple Press 1999
Florida's Finest Inns and Bed & Breakfasts (1st Edition), Pineapple Press 2001
Visiting Small-Town Florida, Revised Edition (2nd Edition), Pineapple Press 2003
Florida Then & Now, Westcliffe Publishers 2007
Florida's Finest Inns and Bed & Breakfasts (2nd Edition), Pineapple Press 2009
Visiting Small-Town Florida (3rd Edition), Pineapple Press 2011
Florida's Best Bed & Breakfasts and Historic Hotels (3rd Edition, renamed), Pineapple Press 2013
Seafood Lover's Florida, Globe Pequot Press/Rowman & Littlefield 2016/2017
Visiting Small-Town Florida, 4th Edition, Pineapple Press/Globe Pequot/Rowman & Littlefield 2021

Trail Mixed, Amazon Digital/Bruce Hunt Books e-book 2013

On top of Auyan-Tepui near the precipice of Angel Falls in Canaima National Park, Venezuela. In February 1997, on an expedition with renowned skydiving/BASE jumping cinematographer Tom Sanders, Bruce became the 101st person to BASE jump from the top of Angel Falls - the tallest waterfall in the world.

BRUCE HUNT is a native Floridian photographer and writer living in Tampa, Florida. He has authored eleven Florida travel and history books, a novel, and has written and photographed numerous articles for magazines and newspapers. For five years he was a regular feature writer and photographer for DuPont Registry Tampa Bay Magazine. His work has also appeared in The St. Petersburg Times (Tampa Bay Times), Tampa Tribune,  The Visit Tampa Bay Official Visitors Guide, Backpacker Magazine, Rock & Ice Magazine, Skydiving Magazine, Florida Trend Magazine, Celebrity Car Magazine, Coastal Living Magazine, and Southern Living Magazine, among others. Bruce also writes the Car and Diner blog.

Outside of his interests in travel and history writing and photography, Bruce has a bit of a sweet tooth for adventure. He skydived for 30 years, made more than 4500 skydives, and for a while did consulting work as a high-performance parachute designer and prototype tester for a major parachute manufacturer. He dabbled in BASE jumping too—he was the 54th person to jump the New River Gorge Bridge and the 101st person to jump the world's tallest waterfall—Angel Falls in Venezuela. In addition, for three decades he and co-driver Doug Davidson raced their Mazda Miata in SCCA endurance road racing competitions (and brought home a few trophies!).