This Memorial Day weekend marks the traditional start of summer while we honor the military members who died in action. And as anyone who has lived in the Keys knows, three-day weekends in Monroe County can be hectic, both on the roads and on the water.
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The Keys have been invaded by men wearing motorized backpacks, their faces concealed with balaclavas. We’re not sure what their mission is, but they aim their wind machines at barren pea rock and walk up and down driveways and through parking lots for hours at a time. Sometimes, leaves...
The Tallahassee-based Florida Trust for Historic Preservation promotes "the preservation of the architectural, historical and archaeological heritage of Florida through advocacy, education and historic property stewardship."
It's the little things that can bring joy, like less man-installed pollution on U.S. 1, the Keys' main street.