People living in Boca Raton, where you have lived for several decades, argue over the origin of the city's name. Some say it translates from Spanish as: "Mouth of the Rat" -- a rough characterization of an aerial view of its harbor inlet on the Atlantic Ocean. Others suggest a looser translation from older Spanish: "The Bay of the Pirates." Even today some search for treasure on its 5 miles of sun-swept beaches (just don't get caught digging holes in the sand; only sea turtles can do that). The city lies .... Read the whole book, on line or in paperback.
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