Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Miami-Kendall
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... at a massive sea of grass. It was a confusing place as everywhere we drove we found locked gates. We drove the only road without a gate and added STILT SANDPIPER, LONG-BILLED DOWITCHER, lots of COMMON GALLINULES and IVORY-BILLED DUCKS (ok coots for all you haters). We added LESSER YELLOWLEGS and several PURPLE SWAMPHENS. JACKPOT. I don't care these things are exotic I think they are cool. They look like big, angry chickens with toes the size of tennis ...
... us. For the Everglades, Man has altered a perfectly balanced, natural system imposing its will without regard for what is appropriate for the organism. Man dammed Okeechobee eliminating most all of the natural cleansing flow of the water. Then Man poisoned the land with chemicals from farming and feeding the lawns of the massive housing developments placed in the now dry land.
Finally, realizing the mistake, incredibly complex ...
Settled into the Glade Hut fairly
quickly and am now “working” as a volunteer killing exotics
My weekend is four days (Saturday to
Tuesday) which overlaps with Cindy's Monday-Tuesday weekend. As
always, the weather is always terrific (read hot) in the wintertime.
Most weekends we travel to ...
Today is our last day of the camper, its sad to see it go but at the same time will be good to get rid of it as it has been like having a child, it is always with us and we cant really go out drinking or anything cause one of us would have to drive. Matty had the honors of driving the last 2 hour leg of the journey. It works out we drove for 3626 miles from San Francisco to Miami via the Grand Canyon but a grand total of roughly 5426 miles once we added on the ...
... and some of the Art Deco architecture was as interesting to look at as the cast iron district in SoHo. I actually really enjoyed it and felt it was worth the hour getting there. Next we decided to do what all Canadian women do in the US - find a mall. This time we smartened up and planned the trip to Aventura, a small city between Miami and Ft Lauderdale, which was where our flight was departing from. Lovely drive, navigated ...