Beach Days

In South Florida, summer’s for the locals.  The snowbirds have flown back north, the kids are out of school and long days are briefly interrupted by crashing storms. Yes, our seasonal change might be so subtle that it barely registers for some — this is the Sunshine State, after all, 365 days a year — but for us, summer has always meant the beach. From the Beach-Blanket-Bingo era of the ’60s to today, the beach has  beckoned from across the bridge or down the street, less crowded, more inviting… summertime.

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