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Harry and the Natives is a wacky, yet genuine, kitschy atmosphere with so much to see! The local hideaway has been in Hobe Sound for years.  Many years and owners have passed since the original cafe, motel and gas station was built of native tidewater pecky cypress.  Today it is still locally owned and operated by a member of the MacArthur family. The sand crest that forms west Hobe Sound has been part of the north-south travel path for years. U.S. Highway One was built on the crest and heavily traveled. In the junction where the restaurant stands marks the intersection of US Highway 1 and the thinnest part of the Intracoastal Waterway in the area. Bridge Road connected Jupiter Island and mainland over the narrow.

Camp Murphy, located in Jonathan

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