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Rosemary Smith attacked by rubber lizards
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A thatched cabana on posts over the ocean within a World Heritage site on the longest barrier reef in the Western Hemisphere with coral patches just 200 feet in front of the house. Home of a marine biologist (Turtleman) for over 20 years built by hand with beachcombed 2 inch thick tropical hardwood lumber and a handcut coconut palm leaf thatched roof. Decorated with unique treasures found beachcombing and diving such as Portuguese glass fishing floats and notes in a bottle that crossed the Atlantic, old bottles from an 18th Century wreck, shells of sea creatures (found empty on the reef), and tropical orchids and palms collected from our land.An Eco-Education Experience that you will always remember and tell your friends about!
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Rosemary Smith attacked by rubber lizards
if i had a child,there would be many pics like this.
It was Rosemary's idea-i give her all the credit!

Photograph by Courtney Sage              

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