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... core group worked tirelessly to bring the idea of a one of a kind botanic garden to life. Col. Montgomery, who founded the Garden, named it to honor his friend. In 1938, Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden opened its 83 acres to the public for the first time.
Robert H. Montgomery was an accountant, attorney and successful businessman with a passion for plant collecting. With the guidance of Dr. Fairchild, he pursued the dream of creating ...
... by forces outside of our control.
Here in Florida this vast ecosystem begins at Lake Okeechobee. In its infancy, prior to man's involvement, meddling and desire to "mature" the area, Okeechobee was unbounded. Okeechobee is the heart of the Central Everglades. It is the historical gatekeeper between the watershed from the north and the Southern Everglades and Florida Bay. Rain that fell between Orlando and the Lake would drain ...
... resident iguanas. That is a positive feature for Brian, not necessarily for me.
Our "commute" to the kiteboarding site has us passing through several dive/snorkel sites and through the salt flats.
Pictures of the salt flats posted. The pink coloring is not a camera trick, the salt is really that pink and the ocean is truly that amazing aqua to deep blue. It is such an amazing experience to ride along on our way to the pink salt pools (salinas) ...
... too, the Braves won though. It was a good, cheap day at the ballpark-something we are not accustomed to in our neck of the woods.
We headed back to our condo and hung out by the pool the rest of the day/evening. We were surprised to see that they had a bar at the pool so we took advantage of the daily drink of the day - strawberry daiquiri and charged it to our room! What a life!!!
... a little bit Coral Gables. I was invited all the time, only could buy her some coffee! She and her friends were just so kind!
Now I am at the hostel after a rather long bus drive, and hesitate to book a tour... To the everglades? To key West? Both? Or just enjoy the sun, the beach, and take time to do some drawings?
Well, for now I will go on a discovery tour!
Thinking of you guys in the cold!!