Frost Ridge Campground
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... a shame in the end because today's fine and windy weather offered the best views of the top of the Falls at very close quarters. The mobile's camera was employed to its limited effect. The nearby souvenir shop (tack and junk) did sell Tilley hats and having had my first one for over 20 years it seemed a good idea to go for a newer model, ventilated and cheaper than at home. Not like me to splash out, twice in ONE ...
... for sure!
As soon as Howie and I hit the road, I fell in the love with the place. The quaint, American buildings mixed with the open, outstretched fields somehow struck a chord in me. And this was just the beginning! The closer to Shelly and Howie's farm we got, the more in love I fell with the place. It was instant. And I knew straight away from meeting Howie that I was going to love the people here too. He's like a big bear, and a real softie at heart!
I arrived ...
In the northwest part of Everglade, there are The Momber Caves. Slug-like creatures live in the Momber Caves. These slug-like creatures are called "Mombers". Mombers are very, very protective of their land and are very strong warriors. Unlike normal slugs, Mombers are born about half a meter tall and grow to the maximum height of four meters. No one in Everglade ever go to Mombers for help because you have to be a Momber's good friend to even get a ...
... but it will be bearable so long as we leave early enough and minimize our stops along the way.
And now, over to Kathy...
My turn. Yes, I relaxed most of the day but the time leading up to today has been anything but relaxing. Making sure all the pets remaining at home were well provided for was a big part of my drive. Add the fact that I have to work the day after we return to the ...
... and enjoyed the oddness of sitting on a stranger's boat.
By the time George and Carolyn came back for dinner it was raining pretty steadily. Without too much protest on my part, they convinced me that it'd be much more comfortable to sleep in their spare cabin in the bow. I went and grabbed my sleeping gear, and with the help of Carolyn got Anna on board. Then, now with the help of George, actually got Anna inside the ...