This week "Save the Bay" has gone on vacation to the land of art deco, neon lights, and latin lovers. At one point a swamp, this culturally rich and vibrant city often battles hurricanes and heat waves. It's a favorite backdrop to quirky Carl Hiaasen novels and shallow T.V. shows, and its expansive hotel-lined beaches has given it its "America's Riviera" nickname. Where might "Save the Bay" be? Write your guess in the comments below!
Are you going on any trips in the near future? "Save the Bay" is on a quest to travel the world! So bring your sticker with you on your journeys. When you return, send us your digital photos of "Save the Bay" in front of different notable (or even not-so notable) scenes across your city, county, country, and world--No place is too small or too ordinary, even your own backyard will do! If you don't have a sticker, e-mail CBF's E-Communications Manager, Emmy Nicklin, at enicklin [at sign] cbf.org. We look forward to hearing and seeing your travel stories!