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The Okefenokee Swamp National Wildlife Refuge
So now we know that not all swamps are alike.This is very different to what we saw in Louisiana. In addition to gators, turtles and egrets, we saw owls, snakes and a raccoon. Lots of lily pads that are ...
... and only a few birds, but no people, which is fine. The trail, surprisingly, has a few hills. There are a few new species of trees here and the informational signs always teach us a bit. There are cypress trees here, which we haven't seen in a while. The swamp section of the river is very beautiful. I posted a video on Facebook that you may wish to check out. Most of all, we noticed the spring blossoms on the various trees. I'll include them on the ...
... a wombat in Oz even though they are REALLY common on Wilson's Promontory and we drove around for ages at night. I swear the wildlife knows I am coming and goes into hiding!
The drive to Georgia was uneventful and not overly interesting except that it was noticeable that the area started to look more run-down and poorer. There are a lot of homes and plots of land for sale and many businesses seemed to have shut down. It was ...
Day 36 23rd September, Laura S Walker State Park, Georgia
We joked that we would need more luggage to carry all our booty back to NZ. When David arrives for his morning coffee, guess what he's bringing us – a gear bag from Yokohama! What an appropriate reciprocation for the NZ shirts Dennis brought over for him – a hard call for someone you’ve not seen in 25 years!
One last tour of the ...
... and other parts that I will never forget. I am so looking forward to finishing up and going home.
Lots of familiar sights today. Things that just screamed "You're getting closer!". I passed Kroger stores and Interstate 75. Stopped for lunch with less than 100 miles to go. Saw signs for I 95. The landscape is pretty much dead flat at this point. Most days, I have stopped and taken pics of anything ...