I always enjoy the "when I moved here, Grayton Beach was...". What do you think the locals might have been saying at that time? Do you think they might have looked at you as an intruder? Maybe as someone that was overcrowding their haven? I think it's interesting that it's ok when YOU move there or build there but after that... heavens no... keep them out!
It is too easy to enjoy our beaches already. This will not make accessing Grayton Beach any easier than it already is-it is just going to increase human clutter.I think this would be a great addition for some wanting to enjoy the beaches. It's been needed for decades.
I predict driving on Grayton Beach will be a thing in the past one day. The county will agree the space of 4 wheel drives could be another umbrella.It is too easy to enjoy our beaches already. This will not make accessing Grayton Beach any easier than it already is-it is just going to increase human clutter.
Those exceeding the number that the area can reasonably accommodate without detracting from a high quality visitor experience and local's quality of life are. That doesn't mean Jesus doesn't love them or they are bad people, only that they add quantity without any substantial quality in return.Visitors to our area are human clutter?