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After a bit of quiet time in Dunedin, DH was eager to get adventurous and check out another of our bucket list destinations- the Forida Everglades.
To talk about them as the Florida Everglades is somewhat redundant because they are the only Everglades in the world (UNESCO designated the Everglades as one of only three wetland areas of …
We got to Naples about 3pm. We both took a nap. Afterward jp headed out at about 5pm to clean the trailer. It was really hot and humid out there so I felt really guilty hanging out in the air conditioned tractor. I did clean up the cab, washed my hair, ...
... was an honor to be a guest at their house. A few of the wildlife that we saw include; alligators, turtles, different species of birds, as well as some snakes. Not only did we learn about the wildlife, we learned about the plants that grew in the Everglades. One of the plants was home to a species of worm. Our tour guide informed us that if we were ever hungry we could eat these worms for protein. That is not a delicacy ...
This morning we did an airboat ride with Captn Dougs Airboat Rides – with Captn Dwain taking us for the 1hr boat ride thru the mangroves. We didn't see any alligators, but saw plenty of birds and a pair of Manatees (huge things like dugongs). On the way back we saw a dolphin. We also had a pair of pelicans hitched a ride on the boat till we reached the mangroves.
We then continued our drive thru the everglades and this is where we saw ...
... My fishing skills yielded nothing. But in my defense, the experts were telling me the water was too cold for good fishing. Sitting on the dock and taking in the sunlight and water activity was worth the purchase.
There were several restaurants in the area. They were small, rustic and typical for fishing town restaurants but each one we ate in ...