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Exploring the Lake Wales Ridge: Central ‘highlands’ with old-fashioned flavor

10 May 20188:56 AM

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By Bonnie Gross - Guest Adventurer

Pro team Member

Bonnie is co-founder of Florida Rambler. She spent four decades searching for places to enjoy the natural beauty and fascinating history of Florida. After a long career at the Sun Sentinel, including as executive producer of its website, she started sharing her experiences here in 2010. She lives in Fort Lauderdale with her husband and travel partner David Blasco.

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