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... I’m the ultimate animal-magnet, he came up to me wanting attention. Evie didn’t want me to feed him because then he would never leave us alone, but I was already plotting on giving him some graham crackers. We left the doors open to the car, and we both went in the tent to grab another round of bags. When I came out, guess who was in MY seat of the car? Yep. The beagle. I wished I had my phone to take a picture of him, but as soon as ...
Today we had a great ride on the new bike trail in Dunnellon with our friends Trish and Steve. It's a total of 5 miles through the forest. So beautiful. The Florida beauty many tourist don't get to see. After, we all met Lynn and Larry at Swampy's on the Rainbow River for lunch.
... for injured critters, except for the hippo. All the Floridian fauna were present in all their scaly, feathered and sundry finery. The natural spring that feeds this liquid wonderland produces some 60 million gallons of 72 degree water a day, thus the manatees... We'll, we decided to forgo Gasparilla Island and to motor on to the Keys as distances are great and time short. From Naples to homestead we traversed Alligator Alley along the top of the Everglades. this stretch is ...
... we were able to secure a canoe rental for Thursday, so we were all set.
Thursday morning, we woke up early to be ready for the guy with the canoe rental. Once the paperwork was signed, we cooked up some breakfast, packed our lunch and headed to the spring. We took the canoe out the first time down the spring and down the river to the right. We saw a baby alligator, a brown bird with spots hunting for food, turtles basking in the sunlight, and more jumping fish. ...
We visited the beach at Fort Island, outside Crystal River. It's a small beach but nice. We went several times but it was always too cold to swim. Some days we would drive here and sit in the truck and read, just to get some sun.
Notice the skeleton in the window of the Academy of Environmental Science. He's giving the hellow sign but they changed his hand signals periodically.
There is a cool palm tree, full from top to ...