It’s easy to miss Redland. Actually, it’s harder to find, even for lifelong Miamians (unless you’re on your way to the Keys without a Tom Tom, take an errant right turn off U.S.1, drive absentmindedly for miles, and stumble across it). Redland is one of South Florida’s last remaining agricultural communities and probably it’s oldest. But if you haven’t yet been to our rural utopia, gotten lost in its groves and plantations, seen horses and other saddled animals on cement roads, and wondered who lives out there — there is a perfect excuse to put aside your... More >>>