Cove at Trails End
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The cave we toured is smaller than some of the other caverns we've toured over the years but it was unique. The formations look more like beach sand that you've formed shapes out of and the rock formations definitely look "Floridian". The walls of the caves had sea creatures embedded in them. We found shells and other fossilized items from when the area was under the ocean.
Overall it was a fun stop and a convenient stop as part of our larger trip. ...
... for lunch at a place called The Shrimp Basket. Angie had popcorn shrimps, corn on the cob, hush puppies and a corn fritter. I had fried shrimp. It was good. Got into Quincy, Fl. at about 7 p.m. With the time change. Drove into town to eat. Not much to choose from. Settled on Hardee's. Tomorrow we will be in ...
... and Flint rivers converge to form Lake Seminole, the setting for our morning coffee and pancakes. While we were incredibly thankful for a warm place to shower, dress and eat, our draw towards the outdoors came through and soon we were cooing over the loons, admiring the clear waters and seeking out the nearest trail.
But Three Rivers was merely a convenient stop over and now it was time to really get moving. Westward ...
On the 25th we flew from Lima to Miami, and spent the weekend with Sergio, Damarys and Bella. Here is the front of their house. As you can see, they have a bit of a bug problem.
Here are some other photos of their beautiful ...
... it started to rain, with it coming down pretty hard at times. Fortunately, Suzi bought me a rain suit so I was able to set up and stay pretty dry, in spite of the rain. Still 75 degrees out, with a real feel of 80 according to the weather report, so it is nice to have the AC to cool things off. AC in December?