It took thousand of workers and millions of dollars to complete the Tamiami Trail, approximately three hundred miles of highway cutting straight through the peat, muck, and grassy waters of the historic Everglades from Miami to Tampa. From 1928 to 2020 this roadway effectively delineated the engineered water flow that helped create the infrastructure for… Continue reading Water Flowing Under Tamiami Trail Bridges
Maggy Hurchalla is a water-loving adventurer, Miami pioneer, and Bill Of Rights patriot who is fighting for the constitutional rights of American citizens to petition the government and exercise free speech. She’s gone to court for all of us, and Janet Reno’s sister won’t back down. Here’s what she had to say about fighting for… Continue reading Maggy Hurchalla Interview December 2020
People don’t usually cheer for a flood. But that’s exactly what scientists, politicians, and everyday people around the world are doing now that the Everglades are getting a much need influx of natural, fresh Florida water. In fact, Everglades National Park officials have said water levels haven’t been this high since 1962. UPDATE: Shark Valley… Continue reading Shark Valley Closed Amidst Historic High Waters
Wind, rain, hydraulic powered heavy metal machinery, the aquifer, Lake Okeechobee, these are some of the forces that shape the Everglades as we know them today. But one thing is different between today and almost every other day in the past 45 years, and that’s the historic return of freshwater flowing through the southern Everglades,… Continue reading The Everglades Currently Have Record Setting High Waters
Miami, Florida is a watery paradise. So grab your yak, get a view from your canoe, or see the sandy shore from your paddle board when you launch out from these top 10 Miami kayak launches. 10. Matheson Hammock Kayak Launch – 9610 Old Cutler Road, Coral Gables, FL 33156 – You can launch into… Continue reading Top 10 Miami Kayak Launches
Wind and rain are hammering the area. High gusts with early onset torrential downpour. News as it happens, here at Underwaterville.
The Biscayne Bay Waterfront Section of Coral Gables has been called “Millionaire’s Row” since 1925, and the home values have only risen since.