Days Inn Homestead
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... not bother us.
We did drive over a high mountain pass down here. The photo marking the pass is included here, but you can see that it was all the way up to 3 feet above sea level. We almost needed supplemental oxygen at that high altitude. Glad we are now down to a more comfortable 2 feet above sea level here at the campground.
A few rain showers did not dampen our spirits today, and we even enjoyed seeing a ...
... loot gathered on this island. An old lady volunteer explained that booty sometimes still washed up on the beaches here. Rubies, emeralds, silver, and gold worth millions if dollars sits offshore somewhere. She showed how tarnished silver is often overlooked as if it is a dirty oddly shaped seashell fragment. She explained that coins are lodged into chunks of coquina rocks. She told the story of a diver who found a chalice, brought it home to clean, only to ...
... love the humidity, which was worst in the late mornings (I don't think we could stand it in the summer), but the warmth and sun in late Fall/Winter has been a real treat for us Pacific Rim folks.
-- A QUICK WORD ABOUT FERAL CATS: They are everywhere in Florida campgrounds. They are small but deceptively cute. They fight over tourist garbage. They keep the rat population down. Sometimes they let you pet them. We don't know what they want. NOW BACK TO OUR STORY --
... and that I was up to this task.
Holding her hand I explained I was going to start an IV on her and that she would start feeling better right way with the fluids we had to give her. I awkwardly straddled my self, one knee on the seat, one knee kattywhompers on Sheila's hip, grabbed a tourniquet and got to work. Quickly running the IV tubing and prepping the spot on her hand, the other ...
The Everglades Alligator Farm was a laugh. We had gator bites but really, it could've been deep-fried anything. The show was fun albeit 10 minutes long, the snake pits were creepy and the airboat ride was exhilirating fun, especially when we got spun 360 degrees!
We also used this hostel as a base to visit the Everglades National park with our new German buddies, Alex and Flo (see next entry). ...
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