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This is simply a test to see whether I still know what I'm doing with this blog. So far I've succedded at only uploading an upside down picture as a blog cover page. Hopefully between now and our first official post I'll figure out what I did wrong. In the meantime I hope I don't get anyone to dizzy looking at the picture.
... which i did for three days and randi for two. one evening it was very windy and hickory nuts were falling on the camper, they were very very loud, and scared us each time one dropped. phoebe probably had one her worst nite.of her life.
about 50 miles south is where we spent the next seven days, ocala national forest, salt springs recreation area. the campground is a national park which means it's half price for us seniors, which made camping with full ...
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... forms the headwaters of the Silver River, the largest tributary on the Ocklawaha River, a part of the St. Johns River system.
While going upstream to Silver Springs we have seen an incredible variety of wildlife. Alligators, monkeys, turtles and many different birds, I will show a couple of pictures under this entry. Since at least the mid 19th century, the natural beauty of Silver Springs has attracted visitors ...
Wandering out from the North Beach RV Park on foot, we discovered that we were sandwiched between the estuary of the Intercoastal Passage and the Atlantic beach. On the Intercoastal side was a nice boat ramp and restaurant area with a fine boat dock. A few other early risers were out walking and biking and there were even a few boats on the waterway. Walking a few hundred yards east to the Atlantic we saw a lot of people ...