AccessMyLibrary provides FREE access to millions of articles from top publications available through your library.
MIAMI _ The welcome sign at the start of the 24-mile Everglades Trail suggests you bring water, a cellular phone, sunscreen, bug repellant and a first-aid kit. Funny, it makes no mention of salad dressing.
Because you're already treading on dusty zucchini, scattered over the hard limestone ground. And before you get too far, you're going to discover that the trail's other attractions include beans, cabbage, corn, cucumbers, eggplant, peppers, peas and tomatoes.
During April, Everglades Appreciation Month, a walk on one of South Florida's longest and newest hiking paths, the Everglades Trail, would seem a way to actively appreciate. But instead of a slog …