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OK so here are my biases up front. We have two dogs, they're small and white and have never been to ANY beach, never mind the beach on Marco. We're Canadian - so when we live in our Marco home we believe we're living in the land of the brave and the home of the free. Our dogs enjoy our home, our pool and their on-leash walks around our neighborhood and Mackle Park. But wait a minute, the home of the free???
Even though we don't want to take our dogs to the beach why can't we? In a free and democratic society such as the one we all enjoy in SW Florida, why are we not allowed to take our dogs on the beach? Why is there such a long list of things we can't do?
It's strange coming from Toronto which is pretty inclusive to Marco which seems to have endless rules about what you can't do. No dogs on the beach? Why not? We'd never take them there but I'd be interested to hear why we're not permitted to do so in our home Island where we pay as much tax as anyone else.
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