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Since I started school in July of last year, and Zach has been working 40+ hours a week outside, we felt a vacation was needed! Since I go to a trimester program college, I don't get very much time offfrom school, but my spring break was coming up, and we really wanted to get out of town for the weekend, so we planned a spontenous beach trip a few days before it was time to ...
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... and 1,045 species of plants. The refuge also supports 16 wildlife species listed as federally threatened or endangered.
The most productive and diversified areas of the refuge are the marshes. These shallow water grasslands provide a home for crabs, worms, clams and fish, which attract animals higher in the food chain such as birds, river otters, American alligators and raccoons. Refuge marshes attract hundreds of thousands of migratory birds every ...
... early, figuring that is a sure-fire way to get our luggage lost, so we decided to go to the movies. There was a theater 1 mile from where we were so we saw "Kingsman", humorous and passed the time, but not an Academy Award Winner for sure!
Started South again. We arrived at the Miami International Airport about 7pm. It took us about 1 hour to drop the rental car off, check in at American Airlines (remind us never to ...
... at this point, so Andy went out to the beach in now torrential rain to help the guys out. He said they were digging in front of the tyres, which meant it was only sinking in deeper, he instructed they clear the sand from behind the wheels as they needed to reverse out 1st, before they could try move forward. I watched as I had no where to leave our stuff, as they all dug and pushed and dug and pushed. The water was now fast approaching the car, but thankfully they got ...