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    • If you would like, you can spray a clear paint on your shells and coral, though I can’t say whether it will truly protect the coral. Shells are pretty hardy all ready, so they’re not as much of a concern.

  1. I’m doing a piece of school homework and I need to find some negative representations of a place. I have chosen Florida. Would you be able to direct me to an article published on this website that represents Florida negatively?

    • On the front page there’s the piece on Pine Island that’s negative overall and there’s a very negative review of a restaurant called The Olde Fish House.

  2. I AM IN LOVE WITH THIS BLOG. MY FAMILY AND I ARE PLANNING SOMETIME IN THE FUTURE TO MOVE TO FLORIDA, AND WE CAN NOT WAIT TO BECOME PERMANENT FLORIDIANS. WE LIVE AND BREATHE FLORIDA EACH DAY. THANK YOU FOR THIS BLOG!!!

  3. I have a 1970 home in Coral Springs, Florida. It was considered at the time ….the house of the future.
    Only one other house of the same vintage and design also is in Coral Springs.
    My house used a lot of coral – for walls. They remain and are in good shape. The use of
    coral continued outdoors…around the front entrance and as pillars out by the olympic size
    along with the walls of a planter. All of the coral that has been bombarded by the elements
    has slowly but surely begun to catch whatever it is that turns the valleys black.
    I have been looking for a formula or a service well versed in cleaning coral to bring the
    coral back or as close as I can to its original look. Can you help me.please?

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