Rod and Gun Club
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On my bucket list for a long time. A visit to the Everglades is a glimpse of a primitive world. Great experience. We took a boat tour of the mangrove swamps, saw lots of dolphins and bird life. The best part of the day was finding a rather remote an ...
... right by the dock. It has stone crab claws!! Not cheap, but we splurged and really enjoyed it. I would LOVE to come back here tomorrow – I want more stone crab claws!
While we were eating, a quick hard rain started to pour down. We had to leave our table right by the dock because we were splashed by the rain. But the rain stopped in 5 minutes. After lunch we came back to our cottage, rested, downloaded out photos and looked ...
... good! The restaurant was quite crowded, I guess because this was Saturday. There was a band playing there – 3 nice older men playing guitar and singing western. I liked it! Definitely not a find dining place but we enjoyed it. The only thing that bugged me was the mosquitos! And no surprise I (and Ira) was the mosquito magnet. Got a few bites already. I need to remember this is the swamp!! Fortunately Fran brought all sorts of bug repellent stuff which I ...
... had a really nice Coffee and a small street stall called the 'Cuban Coffee Queen'. If you're down there sometime definitely stop by this place.
Third stop: Everglades
It's a great feeling when, after 3h of traveling by car, you arrive in Everglades City (no idea why it's called City…there is literally one convenience store and two restaurants) and one of the very few hotels you were able to find in ...
... 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 – ...