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Mangrove Park
700 . 4th Avenue  ( back to top )

General Information
Acreage: 
Park Hours:  Sunrise – Sunset
 
Special Information
The park is located to the east of to St. Mark's Catholic Church and school in a mangrove hammock area adjacent to the Intracoastal Waterway. The park is connected by at least three tidal inlets along the western boarder. It is a great place to see a variety of animals, including birds, raccoons and manatees.
 
Manatees have been known to frequent the area. Call 1-888-404-3922, or *FMP on your cell phone, or use VHF Channel 16 to report an injured manatee.
 
Amenities
Benches, bike rack, drinking fountain, interpretative kiosk, monofilament recycling bin, nature preserve (mitigation area), restrooms, Intracoastal Waterway
 
Historical Information
Located on environmentally sensitive land, consisting of a mangrove at the east end of NE 4 Avenue, east of Federal Highway, the City leases the property from the Diocese of Palm Beach County.
 
In 1997, the aluminum boardwalk, six interpretative panels, lighted restrooms, lighted parking lot, gates and landscaping were installed. The funding was cooperation between the City, Palm Beach County, Florida Inland Navigation District, Department of Environmental Protection, Florida Recreation Development Assistance Program (FRDAP), St. Mark's Parish, The Diocese of Palm Beach, the Solid Waste Authority, and Florida Coastal Management Program.
 
The park is used by schoolchildren and environmental/conservation groups for educational aspects. This park provides a fun and educational experience, which preserves the environment and exhibits the natural beauty of our area.


Boynton Beach Oceanfront Park
6415 N. Ocean Boulevard, Ocean Ridge   ( back to top )
 
Contact Information
Beach Conditions:  (561) 742-6775
Beach Headquarters:  (561) 742-6565

General Information
Acreage: 
Park Hours:  Sunrise – 9:00 .
 
Special Information
Beach and Boat decals : Please note that during our busiest season (January - May), the parking lot may fill up.  Resident decals do not guarantee that parking spaces are always available.

A little background music, Maestro…Back in the middle 1990s, I was doing pre-listing inspections for my wife’s small boat brokerage (Pocket Cruisers). Small cruisers yielded small commissions and the last thing she needed was for a boat deal to fail because of a negative survey. I looked at around one-hundred boats and labeled about 30% as “junk”. Pocket Cruisers never lost a sale due to a bad survey. As luck would have it, a local surveying company offered to teach me the fine art and took me on as an apprentice. In 2005, I passed the exam and was accredited SAMS - AMS (Yachts & Small Craft) by the Society of Accredited Marine Surveyors and have worked for HMS (Maine surveying company) until retiring in 2011. As a retired surveyor, I can be blunt and opinionated without ruffling any feathers.

Thanks for the nightshade info! I have had so many food sensitivities and eliminated so many foods over the last three years. I’m not sure I want to avoid nightshades. My functional medical doc mentioned them as possible problems or triggers recently, but since I am trying to NOT lose any more weight, she didn’t say I should avoid them. I have Hashimoto’s, but I haven’t really been able to figure out what my triggers are, and eliminating so many foods hasn’t helped at all. Depending on the year taken, sensitivity testing has indicated numerous “equivocals” on the Cyrex Lab testing and numerous “moderates” on the Meridian Valley testing. In the last testing in January, I had few “avoids” except for cow dairy, eggs, and beef, duck eggs (who eats those?) and avocado! Xanthan Gum was “moderate”. Nightshades include some of my staples so I hesitate eliminating them. I didn’t have a sensitivity to any of them in January.

Hello, I’m diagnosed by genetasist as having EDSHM and POTS, and autonomic dysfunction. I have flare ups every autumn and spring, like clockwork, every year. I also have immune dysfunction. When this happens, in addition to my other diagnosis my eyes itch, sting and water, my nose is blocked up completely. I have to take codine 30mg four times daily, for pain, which I know is contra indicated, but can’t take Tramadol as it gives me gastroparesis, so I’m kind of stuck. I take ranitidine, which I know is helpful, I am planning on seeing a specialist to help me, should I look for a haematologist? I’ve just joined the Mast Cell support group, so hopefully will find a suitable Dr. To see privately, my GP has no clue about managing my other problems, so need to do this ‘off my own back,’ as she’s already ‘over Faced!’ Thinking of doing low histamine diet, but it sounds so complicated.

Mast e water retention

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Hello, I’m diagnosed by genetasist as having EDSHM and POTS, and autonomic dysfunction. I have flare ups every autumn and spring, like clockwork, every year. I also have immune dysfunction. When this happens, in addition to my other diagnosis my eyes itch, sting and water, my nose is blocked up completely. I have to take codine 30mg four times daily, for pain, which I know is contra indicated, but can’t take Tramadol as it gives me gastroparesis, so I’m kind of stuck. I take ranitidine, which I know is helpful, I am planning on seeing a specialist to help me, should I look for a haematologist? I’ve just joined the Mast Cell support group, so hopefully will find a suitable Dr. To see privately, my GP has no clue about managing my other problems, so need to do this ‘off my own back,’ as she’s already ‘over Faced!’ Thinking of doing low histamine diet, but it sounds so complicated.

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