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... 8217;s a big chart with lists of vegetables under each of the months of the year. Soo Se, Kwang Mae and another guy are doing this whole hippy thing over by Shirdi House and the goats are bleating and the chickens sqwalking. It’s great! ...
The native indians living in Florida used to live on the coast in the winter and at the springs in the summer. And it's so easy to see why. When it's really hot outside, a jump into the constant 72 degree water restores everything.
Everyone pretty much has exactly the same experience. Trying to walk in the water feels way too cold. It feels impossible. And then, you take the ...
... to the water, and hid under the roof of the dock. If it hadn't been for the biting critters we'd have stayed out there for a long time. It felt so good to listen to the rain and watch the storm from under cover. It reminded me of years ago on my balcony - smoking!!! - and watching the weather in the distance while protected mostly from the storm.
... the boardwalk stretching way out into the swamp. The air was alive with the sound of frogs and crickets and alligators, and those gators were not messing around.
It was hard to stop and listen because the bugs started attacking very quickly, but it was lovely. It felt so good to be in the heart of the Ocala National Forest - second largest national park in the U.S. Vigi said - and see the beauty of Florida.
Lots of changes in Ocala since exploring the area with Bucky five years ago; most random campsites have been supplanted by day use areas – except during hunting season when they allow camping. Stayed illegally at Half-Moon Lake the first night; great campsite but the water levels have ...
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