‘It’s really nice and calm down here and it really helps with my condition, how easy-going it is for sure,’ Garrett Lisle says of living in the Keys. He lost nearly all his belongings when his home in Cudjoe Key — ground zero for Hurricane Wilma — was heavily damaged in the story. Lisle, who has cystic fibrosis, must stay in the hospital weeks at a time.
‘It’s really nice and calm down here and it really helps with my condition, how easy-going it is for sure,’ Garrett Lisle says of living in the Keys. He lost nearly all his belongings when his home in Cudjoe Key — ground zero for Hurricane Wilma — was heavily damaged in the story. Lisle, who has cystic fibrosis, must stay in the hospital weeks at a time. Gwen Filosa Keynoter
‘It’s really nice and calm down here and it really helps with my condition, how easy-going it is for sure,’ Garrett Lisle says of living in the Keys. He lost nearly all his belongings when his home in Cudjoe Key — ground zero for Hurricane Wilma — was heavily damaged in the story. Lisle, who has cystic fibrosis, must stay in the hospital weeks at a time. Gwen Filosa Keynoter

Hurricane Irma destroyed home of Lower Keys man who has cystic fibrosis

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