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Last updated on June 6th, 2021 at 02:32 pm

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Philip Kunzelmann

Monday 18th of April 2022

Just read Bonnie’s very nice article about the NWR and beach in Hobe Sound. She writes that it’s about 2 miles East of I-95 on Bridge Rd. to the intracoastal. It’s actually just a tad short of 7.5 miles. I live just off Bridge Rd. so m familiar with the Reserve.

Bonnie Gross

Monday 18th of April 2022

Thanks! I'll fix that.

Andrew Stavely

Wednesday 23rd of February 2022

I've been using your website a ton to plan my trip. Thanks so much for all of the detailed information. Great job!

Bonnie Gross

Wednesday 23rd of February 2022

We'd love to hear what worked and what didn't, especially if it can help us improve what we offer our readers. You can email us at floridarambler@gmail.com with any comments.

Michele Del Vecchio

Sunday 16th of January 2022

Nice article. Did not mention that Brooksville, FL also has a Zoo and a Cannery.

Alan Mravintz

Tuesday 11th of January 2022

While Casey Key is beautiful, the Key itself is an absolute danger to bicycle traffic. The winding road has many blind spots with commercial trucks and other service oriented vehicles. You should rethink your headline.

Bonnie Gross

Tuesday 11th of January 2022

Thanks and I think you're right. The point of my story is that Casey Key is a great base if you want to be close to the Legacy Trail. (That's why we visted and how we discovered it.) The story wasn't referencing just bicycling on Casey Key, so I've revised the story a bit in response to your comments. "While a tempting place to bicycle, Casy Key Road requires extreme caution because of the level of traffic and twists in the road. (Don't worry: There are better, safer places to bicycle nearby.)" I appreciate your thoughtful comment.

Debra Waycaster

Sunday 17th of October 2021

Love learning about Florida! New posts will be appreciated. Thanks. (From South Carolina)

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