Days Inn Homestead
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... there early enough that there were not too many people yet (by the time we left there were groups of people coming in!). It was a half-mile long boardwalk and we saw many birds (and alligators of course). The best thing was, those birds were not scared of people so we were able to take some decent shots. We spent almost 2 hours there. After that trail, we quickly walked through the Gumbo Limbo Trail which were mostly vegetations, and of course the unique Gumbo ...
We've made the full trip to complete the experience that has brought my life, and my own personal hardships of the past few years, completely FULL CIRCLE! This trip has in some way completed me. I found my strength and confidence in learning to love and ...
... walking a number of different boardwalks and trails. Saw tons of alligators, more birds - anhinga, green heron, wood stork etc - , and trees - mahogany, strangling fig, pine. As we were having a picnic by Nine Mile Pond we even saw a alligator splash into the water and go for a swim. The land scape was much different than I expected. ...
... are laying right there.
We also saw three different types of snakes, great white herons, wood stork, Florida Gar, black vultures, zebra butterflies and the good old ibis. Further down the road we stopped at Joanie’s Blue Crab café where we enjoyed the quirky decoration and Wade as well as all the other men I am sure enjoyed the girly pictures in the bathrooms. The sever, who we think was Joanie, was as quirky as the café and we had a ...
... was a large area of rain coming toward the area. The boat they normally use is an enclosed and air conditioned catamaran, but it was in for maintenance. So, they had to use their backup which was a covered, but open pontoon-like boat that could not go out if it were raining since the wells where you can look down into would catch the rain and would make it difficult see the reef. To kill time, we went to their ...