Confirming the Nomenclature of Big Cypress National Preserve

Winter is the absolute best time to get outdoors in South Florida. While the rest of the country shivers, we’re enjoying mild temperatures (highs around 70) and blissfully low humidity, at least as compared to the rest of the year. A cold snap is particularly welcome because it drives off or kills the blood-thirsty mosquitoes … Read more

Anticipating Adventures in 2018

We’re back where we belong. Our tradition of greeting the new year’s dawn over the Atlantic brought us this holiday to weekend to Sebastian, on Florida’s east coast. And after an off-putting experience on South Beach in 2016 and a disappointing weather patter in 2017, we finally found ourselves in the right location and were … Read more

Seeing Renewal in Destruction at Everglades NP

Even though our area of downtown Miami came through Hurricane Irma relatively unscathed, we live in an entirely fabricated environment that’s designed to withstand storms and other natural events. Underground power lines, steel-reinforced concrete construction, and a limited amount of trees all contributed to very light damage from Irma in Miami’s downtown core. However, we … Read more