Following Devastating Storm, Florida Beaches Slowly Come Back

NAPLES, FLORIDA - NOVEMBER 23: People enjoy an afternoon at a beach in Naples on November 23, 2022 in Naples, Florida. Despite continued closures and warnings at many Gulf of Mexico Florida beaches following the devastation brought by Hurricane Ian, tourists and locals have slowly been returning to beaches as they open. Thousands of Florida residents are still without housing and many more are dealing with repairs and debris clean-up after the historic hurricane brought wide scale devastation to the state. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)
NAPLES, FLORIDA - NOVEMBER 23: People enjoy an afternoon at a beach in Naples on November 23, 2022 in Naples, Florida. Despite continued closures and warnings at many Gulf of Mexico Florida beaches following the devastation brought by Hurricane Ian, tourists and locals have slowly been returning to beaches as they open. Thousands of Florida residents are still without housing and many more are dealing with repairs and debris clean-up after the historic hurricane brought wide scale devastation to the state. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)
Following Devastating Storm, Florida Beaches Slowly Come Back
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