The three things that turned southwest Florida from an uninhabitable swamp into a populous tourist haven were mosquito control, air conditioning and transportation. The Atlantic Coast Line ran intermittently as a freight line and as a passenger line.
This is the third panel of murals on the long wall of a Bonita Springs building,
painted by Garrett Stinchcomb. This post is linked to Monday Mural.
People of all ages and stripes walked yesterday in Naples' Cambier Park's March for Our Lives.
Most of the speakers after the march were high school students. They began with 17 different students taking the microphone, reading the name of a person murdered at Marjorie Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, and then respectfully banging a bell.