Glades Haven Cozy Cabins
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... life in your hands. Today, we traveled at 30 mph and that was pretty darn cool. It was honestly most fun when he would do a sharp, fast turn. At one point Capt'n Harold drove us into a pond that looked like a dead end. The way the mangrove trees grow, it can be deceptive and so you constantly look for where the openings are. In this case, I scanned repeatedly for that opening because we were going a good strong clip. No opening - sharp, fast turn and we felt the high of air ...
... surrounding cities. The building used to be a storage facility for irrigation pipes of an adjacent tomato farm. Following a fire at the original post office in 1953, the building was converted into the current small facility. I can imagine the queue is better than our local post offices though. We jumped back in the car and headed towards Coopertown Boat Tours. Beforehand though we stopped at Kirby Boardwalk. This was a pier walk that goes into the Everglades. ...
... and very scary gator who liked marsh mellows whilst the driver reassuringly informed us that in the past he has had to get gators off the boat who have leapt up. We then saw a family of raccoons who were friendly and in seek of biscuits! After we went to a so called 'sanctuary' which felt more like a farm/zoo which wasn't as ...
... L of raw sewage a day and 10,000 tons of jet engine pollutants a year into the everglades (after an outcry, the idea was killed). Yikes!!
The critters including bottle-nosed dolphins, bald eagles, and manatees, haven't fared much better. In 1886, 5 million birds were estimated to be killed for their feathers that were used in the hatmaking business of the day. Hunting animals also went ...
... picking up marijuana bales dropped in the swamp by low flying airplanes provided a handsome income. President Reagan put the kibosh to that business with his War on Drugs. Now it is a sleepy little town that wakes up every day in the winter to load and unload the fishing boats and tote the tourists around in airboats.
All that history as a backdrop ...