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October 27, 1995 - Image 112

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-10-27

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ers and bathers and a half a
dozen amateur fishermen pa-
tiently standing by their rods.
Tourists looking from oceanside
tranquility, a sense of remote de-
tachment from the world and un-
complicated communion with the
sea will find the Stuart beach a
serendipitous experience.
There is one small kicker at the
Stuart beach. Condominium own-
ers, in their desire to preserve their
untouched resource, have refused
to permit any markers, signs or
written indications of where one is
while navigating the soft, sandy
terrain. Since the beach is about 15
years below the brush and road
surface behind it, one has to use an
internal gyroscope to return to one's
starting point.
That is certainly no problem
at Florida's largest and most pop-
ular beach — the spectacular
panorama of Miami Beach. Al-
though in recent years natural
erosion has erased almost one
half of the 100 years wide beach
in some areas, the remaining ex-
panse is more than enough for
the thousands of people who pop-
ulate the shoreline from sunrise
to sunset and beyond.
Part of the allure of the beach
is the magnificent wood board-
walk which the city fathers erect-
ed in the early 1970s. Ten feet in
width and almost three miles
long, the boardwalk begins just
before the majestic Doral Hotel
and extends Southwards down
to 22nd St. The foot traffic on the
boardwalk is so heavy that city
workers are constantly replacing
the worn out floor planks.
There is no need to replace the
sand on Miami Beach but it does
have to be landscaped, ploughed,
swept, cleaned and packed on a
daily basis. Work crews start
each day at sunrise to prepare
the beach area for the tens of
thousands of people who use it as
a jogging path, picnic area,
bathing facility, high fashion
model shotting venue (four sep-
arate photography teams were
on the beach on a recent after-
noon) badminton and volleyball
court, skywriting backdrop, surf-
ing roller coaster and fishing
site. ❑

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co and cruise through the
Panama Canal transit to Aruba.
For information and reserva-
tions, contact Janet Liebowitz,
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