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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... I flew from Perth to Florida at the end of April, and my lab work officially started last week, ironically on the day of my 40th birthday. What a way to celebrate!
I'm drowning in hippo dung, but things are going well so far. Lots of exciting information will be forth-coming soon! And I am sure I will have time to have an adventure or two while I am here, so there may also be some more fun travel blogs in the future. But ...
... TIMO (ok so TIMO is one Dr Michael Green - yeah he is like that - he makes us refer to him using his self-anointed pet nickname). Anyway - what does that say about the character of the three of us if birds won't even land on our head? Don't answer that. Next stop Mike and Ashleigh's house. Beers and margaritas and SCREECH-OWLS. Two awesome little birds living in the backyard box they put up. Check. Now dinner and a long drive to Miami. We heard ...
... notes. As we stalked our prey - keen-eyed Bob called out a RED-COCKADED WOODPECKER on the tree just in front of us. As we enjoyed great looks at the female, three more joined her all on the same tree. SCORE! We wandered about for a while hearing and finally seeing COMMON NIGHTHAWK, COMMON YELLOWTHROAT a bunch of red-headed woodpeckers and great-crested flycatcher. As the dark clouds began rolling in with distant thunder - we wanted to get eyes on the singing Bachman's ...
... as you remember the rocking of the canoe, the surprise as you suddenly come upon an alligator in the reeds and the true bliss of silence. For those of you of who have never been, it is a place unto itself, like stepping into another world where we are merely guests and could never have the right to own.
We were surprised and excited when we saw our first alligator, happy and elated on the second, a bit scared as we got too close to the ...
... pads for the Apollo missions which was cool. We did a bit of low level flying which was fun, but also felt like you were basically in the water when the plane turned so I had to keep checking the altimeter to check how high we actually were! The ships must have wondered what was going on as a big passenger jet flew past them at 400 feet! I was sitting in the observer seat of the cockpit for take off and landing in and got to see the sunset from my vantage point ...