Island Living

Island Jane Magazine-Sept/Oct 2016

Once Upon a Beach

by Judy Via-Wolff Franklin was beach fishing. I’d been lost all morning in my canvas and paints. When I paint I lose all track of time. I become mesmerized in my work capturing the light and colors around me. The waters of the Keys draw my soul. That was after all why we took the charter boat to the Dry …

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Island Jane Magazine-Sept/Oct 2016

My Perfect Storm in the Keys

by Pat Walsh The Keys; famous for its beaches, tropical flair and sport fishing Just the mere thought brings visions of palm trees, balmy breezes and fish that you can mount on a wall. With the warm waters of the Gulf Stream just a few miles offshore, fishing in the Keys is just a boat ride way. Not being an …

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Island Jane Magazine-Sept/Oct 2016

Fort Jefferson

by Michael Simpson Fort Jefferson sits perfectly aged as if still manned protecting the shores of its inhabitants and beyond. In the forefront a Sea Turtle nest sits ready for its hatchlings to make their entrance into the sea. This Island outpost serves now as a testament to its visitors of the human determination long before the industrial world of …

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