The line was the longest I ever saw for Shakes at Robert is Here. Once you ordered there were almost 70 shakes in front of you that had to be prepared.
This is way out in Florida City. I think that South Florida is reaching a saturation point. If the mosquito's don't get some the tourists, I will never be able to have a shake again. An hour is just too long to wait.
Seriously, we are starting a housing boom again when even a fruit stand can't handle the population. This is a symptom of a greater problem no one wants to talk about in Little Manhattan (Miami). This fruit stand is our farming district (at least an hour from the Broward County line without traffic) or it is supposed to be our Farming district. We are eating away at it. How are you going to keep viable farming with all these people?
Shake, shake, shake Senora, the song says "Jump in de line."
NOTE TO COUNTY COMMISSIONER DENNIS MOSS:
YOU ARE TOO LATE Dennis Moss, Gulfstream Park is building a major water theme park. They beat you to it. Now you can forgo that sensitive land you want to build your theme park on.