research station in Key Largo available

Posted in Uncategorized by bowsprite on 2013/03/05

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  1. Reid Sprague said, on 2013/03/05 at 07:58

    Dear Christina,

    What was its original purpose? A curious place, but very beautiful!

    • bowsprite said, on 2013/03/05 at 08:14

      The updated, more boring answer: I don’t know!
      Although the canal is deep, there is no deep-water approach–there is a sand flat, dry at very low tides. Thus strikes the fast-boat escape story.
      Whatever the mysterious past of this place, it has been transformed by elbow grease, sweat, the good company of happy mangrove dwelling animals, and classical music performed in the house.

      • eastriver said, on 2013/03/17 at 19:29

        Hmmm. old rumrunner port?

  2. starbuck5250 said, on 2013/03/05 at 10:36

    Oh how gorgeous! I’m a couple million shy… 😦

  3. tugster said, on 2013/03/05 at 19:53

    i want it! i’m retooling my color printer but can’t find the special currency paper. seriously . . . what a lovely place, a haven for intrigues and . . all kinds of music. all the fotos are my favorite but #5 is the best, esp. punctuating your line “poisonwood and other trees grow on fossilized corals.” b & b material?

  4. Baydog said, on 2013/03/05 at 22:48

    Sounds great; I am interested enough to fly down there and if I love it, am prepared to discuss a purchase.” Thank you!

  5. tugster said, on 2013/03/06 at 10:18

    that house/land is only half the asking price of this boat currently in north cove:

  6. Mage Bailey said, on 2013/03/06 at 11:41

    Magic stuff. Thanks dear you.

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