Lion Country Safari KOA Campground
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... out in the fishing hot spots where we caught some absolute beauties, including a 30 pound Cobia (dinner for two nights)!
The following week - Sally, Freya, Lucy and I drove to Orlando to spend a couple of nights there. We went to Aquatica World on one of the days, which was a mix between Atlantis and Wild Wadi Water Parks. For the Dubai people it wasn't as good, of course..
Our last weekend was the July 4th US holiday weekend - we all headed to the Keys - to ...
Usually when I have something important coming up I procrastinate...and this time was no different. I started packing the night before I left (surprise, surprise) and with that came so many feelings. People have been asking me if I was scared about my trip since I bought my ticket, and my answer has always been the same..."Nope!" But last night when I ...
Our one last escapade with Gabe’s Grandparents was to the Lion Country Safari - YES, it’s true, we went to a small part of Africa just outside of West Palm, FL. This park allows cars to drive in each section where the animals roam freely - AKA no fences between us and them, which means the animals could walk right up to your window! We did in fact see lion’s, but unfortunately they were behind a fence, and most of them were lazy and ...
We are excited about going to Lion Country Safari. You sit in your car and drive through a safari park. Lion Country Safari was founded in 1967 and claims to be the first "cageless zoo" in the United States. In 2009, USA Travel Guide named Lion Country Safari to be the third best zoo in the US. We listen to an audiotape telling us about the animals we are viewing. Some animals are free roaming and come right up to ...
... that took place a couple of years ago. Some of the pine trees have black bark as far as 30 feet up. The controlled burning helps keep the undergrowth in check and prevents naturally occuring fires (from lightning)and man made accidental fires from becoming uncontrollable. We came upon a 5' snake when we were out walking on one of the paths. It was surprising to see a snake that long just laying there, looking ...
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