This summer, amateur treasure hunters predict the beaches will be filled with people just like Evans. Gone are the days when most of the beep-beep-beeps meant digging a big pit only to pull out a penny or crushed soda pop can, said Stu Copperwheat, president of the Electronic Archaeological Recovery Treasure Hunters club of central New York state. A detectionist might search and dig all day on a buggy, hot field and find nothing but rocks, but rarely do beach hunters come away empty-handed.
And those are just the engagement rings; unfortunate beachgoers lose all kinds of jewelry. As many things that bothered me about Florida — its lack of public transportation, superficial people, racism, absent culture, gun violence — I was finally beginning to appreciate the remarkable things that do exist.
I just had to dig deeper. In a strange synchronicity, the things I love also started coming to me. I witnessed an solo Eddie Vedder show in an intimate venue that seats only , where he played the entirety of one of my all-time favourite albums, the soundtrack to Into the Wild. I danced until three in the morning at The Clevelander, a marvellous open-air club in the Art Deco haven of South Beach.
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Happiness is dancing under the stars with the one you love most, the smell of the ocean in your nose, and gratitude in your heart. I have my dream room: a home library with a wall of books. My heart has sung along with the family of talkative mockingbirds who choose the bushes outside my library to make their nests. All it took was making a commitment to daily gratitude, which shifted not just how I saw and experienced Florida, but the world at large.
Florida forced me to learn patience, and perseverance. Florida forced me to stop moving and feel safe, even in spite of the sand shifting under my very feet. To build in Florida requires putting down a slab-on-grade — a huge block of concrete upon which the actual foundation rests — to prevent the sand and high water table from collapsing the structure.
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I always thought it was wasteful that even abandoned houses have full swimming pools, or that the pools remain full in winter even though nobody swims in them. Putting down roots in sand requires extra attention, and extra effort. You have to want to do it; you have to commit once you start.
Once upon a time I was a lotus, carrying my roots with me wherever I floated. I have no fear of depths and a great fear of shallow living.
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