Adventure Guide to the Florida Keys and the Everglades by Joyce Huber

By Joyce Huber

The easiest consultant to South Florida's common wonders and detailed treasures. This consultant explores all of the approach from romantic Key Largo to special Pine Key, Little Torch Key and cool Key West. It bargains wide details on how one can discover, together with aerial excursions, biking trails, the Pelican course (Key West), canoe and kayak excursions and nature hikes.

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Before diving, fishing, snorkeling, kayaking or boating on your own, check with local shops and operators for a list of restricted areas. , Marathon FL 33050. % 305-743-2437. gov/. n Water Management Efficient water management is the first line of defense for Everglades wildlife. Weather has a powerful effect on the nutrient levels in Florida Bay and Everglades marshlands. During long dry periods, water runoff carrying nutrients and pesticides from dairy and sugar cane farms drains into the canals and wetlands – beginning at Lake Okeechobee then detouring hundreds of miles through residential areas, before reaching the Everglades wilderness areas.

Flying lessons are offered too. Call for reservations at % 305-296-5422; or write to Island City Flying Service, 3471 South Roosevelt Boulevard, Key West FL 33040. n Ultra-Light Lessons Learn to fly a Quicksilver ultra-light on floats at Flying Fish Flight School in the Coconut Cove marina. An ultralight is similar to a hang glider, but with a motor. Ten hours of lessons are required to qualify for an ultralight license. Students learn about wind and weather, basic flight maneuvers and hazards.

Sentenced to life imprisonment, Mudd was pardoned in 1869 for helping to fight the 1867 yellow fever epidemic that struck the fort, felling 270 of the 300-man garrison and resulting in 38 fatalities. The cell occupied by Dr. Mudd during his years of confinement can still be seen at the fort today. n Wrecking & Sponging The absence of lighthouses and reliable charts made early ocean travel hazardous in the shallow waters surrounding the Florida Keys. During storms many ships crashed on the reefs and became prey to wreckers, who often killed all aboard for the possibility of treasure.

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