Glades Haven Cozy Cabins
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... Florida panther.
Casey and I take two leisurely loop road trips. We stop frequently on these dirt roads in order to soak in the scenery of the various habitats and sleuth our way to find native wildlife. The first is called the Turner River / Wagonwheel / Birdon Roads Loop. This is a 17-mile drive that takes you by open prairies and popular wading bird feeding areas. Shining waters, flurries of wings, and sunning alligators are things we experienced along ...
... quick and we'll get you out at 11:30." So off we went around the corner and joined two folks from Jacksonville on board with our Captain Harold.
It's hard to describe an air boat ride. You sit in a boat that rides high on the coffee coloured, silty water and is propelled literally by a rear seated propeller secure in a cage. It resembles a giant fan and can go 30 to 50 miles per hour. In fact, there are race air boats that can go 100 miles per hour using jet engines but you ...
... my pancake sense was tingling and we were able to find a Denny's. Suitably fuelled we started our Everglades journey. Our first stop was to find the Ochopee post office, which is the smallest post office in the US. As with most highways in the US the drive was essentially straight, so we ended up driving right past the post office. A quick u-turn later and we arrived at our destination. The post office is a small cabin open four hours a day. It ...
... at our hotel we felt the need to assert ourselves at the top of the food chain by sampling some gator nuggets- not a massive fan. We awoke early the next day and went for breakfast before going on a fan boat tour on the Everglades swamps. This was so much fun as it went very fast between the eery mangroves. We stumbled upon ...
... problems. Couple that with invasive plant and animal species (we'd heard about pet pythons being released into the everglades but feral cats alone number about 650 per square mile and they have devastating effects on migratory bird populations), it's hard to see a bright future for a wetland area that is somewhat taken for granted. There was even a plan as recently as the early 70's to build a gigantic new Miami airport that would have introduced ...