Holiday Inn Express Clewiston
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... presentation of the four poisonous snakes in Florida.
More talker-stalkers in the car park. The best yet - "We have come to look at your awesomeness."!!!!!!
Drove from there to Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki museum of Seminole culture. Excellent board walk to a mock village, ladies doing beadwork, displays of the typical patchwork clothing, historical data, and film of the Seminole ...
... managed by the Seminole Indian Reservation. Did all the clothes washing in less than 1 and 1/2 hours, for $3.25; what a contrast to last year in Europe, both in time and cost.
Almost had the park to ourselves. Cooked dinner on the Bar BQ plate provided. Steaming hot evening, real shorts weather now.
Watched the DVD of Apollo 13 - means so much more after our visit ...
... one in Florida of all places!! We always dreamed of sitting out in the warm evenings but here we are sitting inside listening to the rain - we even had to turn the volume up!!
UPDATE DEC 18th
Well as you can see from the date I wrote the blog above 10 days ago & we either haven't had Wiffi or it was so bad I couldn't download any pictures. We spent a week in the Florida Keys & we are now in Everglades, hopefully I will post some more ...
We left Boyne Falls MI on a cold October 25 morning driving south to Sarnia Ontario and spending the night just east of Buffalo. Friday we drove through New York state on I-90 and part of Massachusetts and arrived at my sister's house at 3 pm. It was a great trip with very little traffic. We were trying to outrun hurricane Sandy and spend two days with my sister Kris, her hubby Mark and my brother Dave who we haven't seen in two years and then drive ...
... Capital of Florida and we saw bee hives alongside the waterway. Beyond some fabulous real estate, much of which was for sale, there were orange groves, and cattle grazing and some pretty otherwise boring country.
The second lock for the day was Ortona where the rise is about eight feet and there were a lot of very large dead fish. Thankfully tonight at Moore Haven there are lots of fish jumping in the ...