Glades Haven Cozy Cabins
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... of the guides had dyed his hair so that it exactly matched the green of his shirt. The tour took us to a viewing station - I'm sure that this structure was the height of architectural beauty when it was built in the 1970s, but now it looks like a section of a multistorey carpark, and therefore a little out of place in the park. But provided a nice view nonethless. We then headed to our accommodation for the night - which ...
... the house as breakfast/lunch. After we ate, we downloaded what we took in the morning and looked at them on the laptop.
Our afternoon activity was the pole boat ride on the East river in Ochipee. Ira and Fran had done this before, but that was on a different river which had a lot of wild life but it was dry at this time. We got there around 1pm. The 4 of us were to ride in 2 boats. Our "driver" was Warren. We had to follow ...
... water. Once in a while, they poked their little nostrils out of water to breathe. The babies swam by their mommy. Sometimes they would roll over in the water. The weather was quite hot – 85 degrees we found out later. The warmest day since we got to Florida, night and day difference between yesterday and today. It was around noon time when we got to the manatee place. Not the light nor the scene to take any photos.
Our second stop was Sanibel ...
... was ready to spend two weeks with me traveling the USA. After negotiating that he would come up for most of the accommodation and food expenses and I would take over the planning and organising of our travels we both agreed that teeming-up made total sense and thus we both set off to explore the southern part of the United States of America (...actually we did plan it this way and didn't bump into each other ...
... 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 ...