Everglades National Park Superintendent Pedro Ramos looks out at the Florida Bay during a boat ride through the Everglades on Thursday. Ramos has grand plans for the Flamingo Lodge, which was demolished in 2009 after suffering heavy hurricane damage in 2005, and hopes to replace it with elevated cottages, eco-tents and solar-powered hot showers.
Everglades National Park Superintendent Pedro Ramos looks out at the Florida Bay during a boat ride through the Everglades on Thursday. Ramos has grand plans for the Flamingo Lodge, which was demolished in 2009 after suffering heavy hurricane damage in 2005, and hopes to replace it with elevated cottages, eco-tents and solar-powered hot showers. JESSICA BAL MIAMI HERALD STAFF
Everglades National Park Superintendent Pedro Ramos looks out at the Florida Bay during a boat ride through the Everglades on Thursday. Ramos has grand plans for the Flamingo Lodge, which was demolished in 2009 after suffering heavy hurricane damage in 2005, and hopes to replace it with elevated cottages, eco-tents and solar-powered hot showers. JESSICA BAL MIAMI HERALD STAFF

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