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By M. Randall Gill

Boynton seashore, situated on South Florida's Atlantic coast, is called the "Gateway to the Gulf Stream." Ernest Hemingway as soon as referred to as those nice ocean currents the final wild nation left. Fishermen who research navigational charts keep in mind that Boynton seashore is exclusive because the closest group to the Gulf circulation. simply mins from the Boynton Inlet, water reaches a intensity of 800 ft. Maj. Nathan Boynton got here to the realm in 1894, outfitted a lodge, and expected a wealthy destiny for the idyllic village. at the present time Boynton seashore celebrates its assorted inhabitants, perfect situation, and a wealthy and interesting historical past that incorporates Henry Flagler's railroad, land booms, hurricanes, shipwrecks, and steadfast farmers.

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