Pinecrest & Palmetto Bay, Old Cutler Road Tree Canopy

image001 (1)As I drove to the office today I had to take a detour to see to a client need first. I was driving north on Old Cutler Road and had looked forward to it as it’s my favorite, scenic drive in Miami.  Many parts of Old Cutler Road are framed with huge Oak trees, Banyan trees and so many others which create a wonderful canopy so you end up driving in the shade most of the time.  I love it.

I drove north through Palmetto Bay and into Pinecrest, headed north on SW 67th Avenue through the heart of Pinecrest, before heading west on SW 112 Street so I could get to Kendall.  As I drove through both Palmetto Bay and Pinecrest, I marveled at the gorgeous trees surrounding me.  Many of them so huge that I could not see the tops.  I thought about some of the newer communities, and even some old ones, where the tree canopy is non-existent.  The former because the trees are too young and the latter because foresight wasn’t part of the community planning, much to the disappointment of its current residents.

A dense tree canopy definitely adds much beauty to a neighborhood.  I’ve driven through neighborhoods where the homes were nice enough, but the missing tree canopy makes one realize just how much beauty it really adds.

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