Econo Lodge Waycross
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... at the end of he Boardwalk. We saw a couple of gators on our ride as well as an ibis, a blue heron, egrets and a couple of small snakes (one of which was injured). At 3:45 we met the guide and took a 90 minute boat tour of the swamp. I must say - it wasn't what we were expecting. There was a small part of the trip through large overhanging trees covered in moss that more ...
... lots of trees and on a body of water connected to the swamp. Apparently they water ski on it in the summer - the gators don't bother them!! Can't imagine!!! We had a lovely sunset. We enjoyed a delicious collaborative dinner of steak, shrimp, potatoes/peppers and mushrooms finished off with chocolate covered strawberries. Not bad for camping!!! Then we enjoyed our second campfire on the road - nice ...
... look at the Heritage Farm, they have a blacksmith shop, tobacco barn and other buildings and some farm animals.
Tomorrow we move on to Crawfordville for 3 days and plan to be home on Monday. Our trip is really winding down and we are looking forward getting home.
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... to bloom. This wildlife refuge has an extensive series of "trails" that are all on the water. Canoe, kayak or motor boat. Definitely NO SWIMMING!
The water is really black and kind of eerie. Would not want to be in this swamp at night. Enjoy the photos. ...
... Please check them out. They are beautiful.
The trail ends at an old farm. We turned around there and completed our hike back to camp on the paved road. We did nearly five miles and both of us were a bit tired, but in better condition now. Getting back into shape is a slow process, but well worth the effort.
After we had a late lunch, we drove back to the Trading Post, which is at the entrance to the park. We got the free ...