In fact, I challenge any of the BFO that take issue with CU to take a ride up to Bruce and debate any member of the Muscogee Nation of Florida over the issue of CU and defend why they shouldn't have access to all of the beaches of Walton county.
LC, I accept your challenge. But we need some ground rules.
First, LIST and DEFINE the ancient English common law doctrine of custom criteria to have a valid claim of private property customary use that will be debated. Let me help you list the historical criteria; here is Dave Theriaque's, Walton's lead $425/hr land use attorney, list he cited last year 2018. Suggest you review British Sir William Blackstone's mid-1700s Commentaries as well. Or you can get FBFA attorney Ulhfelder to help you define the historical common law customary use criteria.
Note, Custom is a background principle of Oregon, NOT Florida.
Second LIST and DEFINE the customary recreational uses of the Walton private beaches the Muscogee Nation of Florida will claim. Surfing included?
Third, list an impartial panel of 3 jurors. Might check somewhere in Siberia. If any one of the multiple customary use criteria can not be shown to satisfy, by a preponderance of the evidence, the claim of fee simple private property customary use -- it is defeated.
Forth, if you understand the old English doctrine of custom history and law, even if the Muscogee Nation of Florida prevails in the debate, only the Muscogee's are entitled to customary use of private property and only for the uses defined; excluding all non-Native American Mascogee people, including you, Dave Rauschkolb, Daniel Ulhfelder, and 99.9999999999% of the world's population - except maybe 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren.
You can get Dave Rasuchkolb to help you if you want too. If you dispute this information please be specific of your alternative(?) facts. I await your customary use criteria and use definitions with bated breath.