Sandbars, common in the Ten Thousand Islands, rise and fall with the tides, signalling paddlers when to ride the outgoing and incoming currents. This sandbar is off Jewel Key, about 4 miles south of Indian Key. (Photo by Angie Chestnut, GladesPix.com)
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Author: Bob Rountree Bob Rountree roams the state with his wife Kathy in their 25-foot Starcraft AR-One travel trailer, exploring Florida's back roads, hidden beaches and scenic parks with kayaks, beach toys and bicycles in tow. A retired journalist based in Deerfield Beach and living the good life, Bob is co-founder of FloridaRambler.com.