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Biscayne Bay

Biscayne Bay is a spectacular body of water, it's bright blue-green waves extending from the shores of Miami down to the northernmost Florida Keys. The bay covers approximately 428 square miles. It is a shallow estuary, the largest in southeast Florida, and contiguous with Florida Bay and the Everglades. Port Miami, Florida's second largest port… Continue reading Biscayne Bay

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Welcome to Miami Heat

Miami is a hot spot, literally and figuratively. Being in a subtropical zone, the climate tends to be hot and humid, with afternoon thunderstorms. However the crazy weather adds to the excitement of this vibrant city. According to the Census Bureau, Miami is the second largest city in Florida, following Jacksonville. It is also the… Continue reading Welcome to Miami Heat

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Later Gators: Everglades National Park, Revisited

A storm moves over the rivers of grass It is difficult for me to ignore the call of the wild, especially when the wild is so close. When considering my second stay in Miami, Florida, I hoped to have the opportunity to visit the Everglades once again, and maybe do a different hike or have… Continue reading Later Gators: Everglades National Park, Revisited

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America’s Everglades

One of the Everglades' famous alligators While on a short hop to Miami, Florida, in the southeastern United States, we decided to spend a day at Everglades National Park nearby. The South Florida peninsula is naturally a wetland, and water once freely flowed from Lake Okeechobee south to the Florida Bay. Manmade activities and development,… Continue reading America’s Everglades