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We moved from Patrick, AFB to a campground near Homestead, FL on the 20th. It is a quiet park in the middle of a farming area that grows potting plants, shrubs, and trees for landscaping. At one time it was a KOA, but is now a privately owned park that covers several acres.
After we got set up, the skies opened up and it poured. Unfortunately, that was to be the theme of this leg of the trip.
... thought, but wouldn't you know the world cup finals happened to be played at that time, so we watched the game (including overtime) - and never made it to Captiva.
It was now time to head across the state to the east coast. The route we chose again was US-41. It passes through Big Cypress National Preserve and the northern border of the Everglades. There were no KOA campgrounds nearby. We considered one ...
... the breakers was hilarious and a number of them were getting absolutely smashed. Me and the other Aussie girl were laughing non stop on the way out. After the water cooled down a bit we headed back to the beach and just relaxed there for a while. As you'd expect in Miami the beach was packed with everybody and it seems literally anything goes in Miami! We had to meet up as a group to return to the hostel ready for the nights activities. We all ...
... It obviously wasn’t a swimming moth like butterfly thing. The frantic fluttering only lasted a few moments. I can confirm the accuracy of the Great boxer, Mohammed Ali’s quote and concur that ‘butterflies DO float!!’ I looked up. The Ranger hadn’t noticed but I couldn’t help slightly shuffling to the right to ensure the evidence was kept out of sight until we were clear of the boat!
After the airboat was safely moored back at base, ...
... not bother us.
We did drive over a high mountain pass down here. The photo marking the pass is included here, but you can see that it was all the way up to 3 feet above sea level. We almost needed supplemental oxygen at that high altitude. Glad we are now down to a more comfortable 2 feet above sea level here at the campground.
A few rain showers did not dampen our spirits today, and we even enjoyed seeing a ...
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