Readers: While much of southern Florida’s interior remains uninhabited swamp and scrub, most of us enjoy the luxuries of 21st century living, including traversing paved roads in air-conditioned vehicles. Not that long ago, all of Florida was unspoiled wilderness, and travel was more of an adventure.
Earlier this year, reader Harrison Hine of Tequesta forwarded to us a written account of four friends traveling by foot and canoe across the southern peninsula, from Fort Myers to Palm Beach.
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