River Wilderness Waterfront Villas, Everglades
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... called the Sippy Hole. Go figure! Perhaps these millionaires prefer Swamp Buggies to Polo?
We celebrate New Year's Eve by inviting Larry and Darcy over to see our “rig” for the first time and enjoy lunch and afternoon conversation. We wrap up the day with a visit to their rig and a wonderful supper.
Our first outing for the new year was a visit with Larry and Darcy on New Year’s Day. After two months of living at ...
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Dates: Dec 21 - 26, 2014.
... of this. But what is interesting is that if you look out at an open space, in no time it will grow up and enclose an area with mangroves creating new channels. Harold later drove us to a location to uproot a roughly three month old tree to show us the root system. He tossed it back in after and said "it will re-root... hopefully." He was a pretty funny guy.
Then the piece de resistance... we cruised into a large pond and he slowed down. I spotted an alligator about twenty ...
... accelerating up to around fifty miles an hour and drifting around Tokyo drift style. He slowed down and pointed out where we might see alligators. With our cameras primed it did not disappoint. Three alligators swimming around without a care in the world. One was around two or three feet away from my side of the boat, just checking me out and as the boat slowly drifted by he swam alongside. The pilot said that nothing bothers them because they're the top ...
... was an honor to be a guest at their house. A few of the wildlife that we saw include; alligators, turtles, different species of birds, as well as some snakes. Not only did we learn about the wildlife, we learned about the plants that grew in the Everglades. One of the plants was home to a species of worm. Our tour guide informed us that if we were ever hungry we could eat these worms for protein. That is not a delicacy ...