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Monday, Oct 20th - We left Sunnier Palms late morning and headed for the Miccosukee Casino at the tip of the Everglades National Park. This 2 ½ hour journey turned into 5 hours of stop and go due to a major accident about ½ way down the freeway. Fortunately, unlike most vehicles, we did not have a schedule to adhere to.
The Miccosukee Indians have inhabited the Everglades since the mid-18th century. Originally part of the Seminole Nation, they now ...
... It didn't bother Chloe at all. She obviously has serious sea legs! The kids saw lots of fish through the boat and it was fun...but not brilliant that we felt sick and couldn't really enjoy the ride.
We got back early afternoon and all relaxed - I snoozed, Ru read his book, Lucas played on games on Ru's phone and the girls watched the cable tv! We're going to go out for a meal tonight, as out of food and its our last night here in Key Largo sadly. Key ...
well, we didn't accomplish much today... and that's OK! I did some painting and reading this morning. Glenn did some reading. Our main responsibility has been watching the construction of a marina next door. Yes, it gets noisy, but it is interesting. The guy that owns the Crane company brings his Jack Russell, Brodie,to work.He's very busy and entertaining. He rides in the crane, and races around the jobsite. ...
- When everything looks the same,
one should always use your GPS to mark key spots (or leave it turned
on so you have a complete path).
- Old-timers described this canoe
route as: “Hell to get into, Hell to get out of.”
- Hell's Bay Launch:
http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&hl= en&geocode=&q=25.23253,-80.8231 ...
... week with the rest of the time off to go exploring and playing in this beautiful park.
To start off with let me give you a little history about the Everglades, which basically started down here in Flamingo. Years ago a lot of ladies in high fashion loved to wear fancy hats and loved those pretty birds and feathers that adorned their hats. Well, those pretty birds (yes, they actually did wear stuffed birds on their hats) and ...