Rod and Gun Club
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... he came here often and he knew where there usually was a barred owl, where they had certain birds.
It was nice and cool in the early morning. And it was pleasant to hear the birds chirping here and there. At some point, the sun poked out from the clouds and shed its golden light on the trees. Unfortunately we did not see that many birds and nothing too special. The best shot I got was a cobweb – I have always wanted ...
... We drove out any way. The place was along the one-lane highway so it was very difficult to pull to the side. Finally Ira found a spot. Fran, Bob and I went out and took some pictures. The light was beautiful and we got a few shots with an alligator, and brown reeds, nice reflection of the sky and clouds, etc.
After a few minutes back to the cottage, we went out again meaning to go to a Cuban restaurant in the next "town". Then ...
Having spent close to a month traveling the Caribbean it was finally time to head back to the US and continue my tour westwards. The basic plan was to start off in Miami and travel around Florida, then fly to New Orleans to experience the amazing music scene, take a short trip up to Dallas and Fort Worth, head to Albuquerque, then the Grand Canyon, then Las Vegas, then San Francisco, then Los Angeles...as you can ...
... for stability, and to help withstand hurricane-force winds, cypress knees project upward from the roots.
While much of this drive is through a cypress swamp, to the east is a sawgrass prairie with a cypress strand. It is here that we braved the "Gator Trail". Sawgrass is the dominant prairie species, but ironically it is not grass, it is sedge.
Not only do we enjoy the drive and the fabulous scenery, we do score many wildlife sightings – ...
... He turned to swim away. Harold tossed it out again and the gator turned back to us.... Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me.
Well, then Harold produced a couple of marshmallows and came around the deck edge of the boat and gave one to me. I gather from his comments ("don't take a photo of the marshmallow, for all I know you are a supreme court judge") it is not legal to feed the gators. Too bad, he instructed me to toss it just over the side to bring ...