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These state pages or hyper-local pages provide content directly related to a specific geographical location.
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The City of Bonita Springs has developed into a great place to live. With the growth has come advancements that many people take for granted across the country; like the side walk I run on. We didn't get them until recently. They've come at a price; financial and lives lost because there were no sidewalks. Everyone is grateful for them, now. I get my money's worth. I make a habit of running or walking to the stores I can make on foot. I believe it to no be possible to go just about anywhere on a main road on walking paths and sidewalks in Bonita Springs.
Bonita Springs has changed over the years and not just the sidewalks. I've lived in Bonita Springs for over 22 years. When I first moved here US 41 was only a head-on traffic two lane road. Now there are three lanes each way. We had restaurants like The Dome, Lime Tree, Chucks Poorhouse. Anyone remember The Whales Tail by the dog track? Pop Warner's Grapevine? Our village used to SHUT DOWN over summer. The stores and restaurants 'back in the day' would board the windows for the summer. Everyone closed up shop during the summer.
Back in the day, you could drive out East of Bonita Grande Road and target practice and hunt for snook with a shotgun or M80. You haven't lived until you do that. Not that I ever did anything like that, I just heard about it.
Times have changed. Bonita has grown in leaps and bounds. I would have never thought Bonita Springs or Estero would have developed to what it is today. It's a love hate relationship for me. I could have gone with out some of the growth but I do enjoy the sidewalks and the conveniences that have moved to our town. I enjoy this little community and how safe it is.
Who would have thought running in the dark on a sidewalk would be a fringe benefit?
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