Water, like politics, can be quite polarizing.
That’s the bad news.
The good news is that this journal is aligned with no political party (I’m a water centrist):
It strives to find “common water” where it exists, and tell its story in a format that is open to all, fun and enlightening.
Even better, you now have a vote!
Keep in mind it’s an unofficial ballot.
A similar poll on a different day would probably generate another outcome (sort of sounds like politics), not to mention I may have missed Florida’s most iconic water feature of all – it’s springs.
As a group or individually, they could have made a strong showing.
I was honestly surprised to see Everglades best both the rich history of St. Johns and the song and physiographic sweep of the Suwannee,
But then again – this is a biased poll:
Most votes came from south Florida.
Actually, make that lots of days in the sun ahead:
It’s the dry season!