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Days 103 & 104 – West Palm Beach to Clewiston
Life in central Florida is certainly much slower and less chaotic than we're used to, so I've bundled the days into pairs for this entry. Expect things to pick up again rapidly once we're back down in the city for the weekend!
We took a taxi from our hotel to the …
... 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 ...
"Pahokee" means 'grassy waters' in the Creek language. The locals people refer to Pahokee as "The Muck" which refers to the mineral-rich dark soil in which sugarcane is grown. Driving south of Pahokee we saw truck after truck going to & leaving Florida Crystals processing plant. They own 155,000 acres of land, two sugar mills, a sugar refinery, a rice mill, a packaging and distribution center. ...
... is poignant to note that the current temperature is 86 degrees and all of our days here have been clear skies and sunny. Stay Warm - Winter is Coming!
"Life should not a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well preserved body, but rather to skid in broadside, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and loudly proclaiming, 'Wow! What A Ride'" ~ Hunter S. Thompson
Have a Great Ride!
... Gerber points out in his book, The Power Point, “this thing about dying” that made so much sense to me!
That offers an explanation into why certain people, whether they realize it or not, have made a decision about their inevitable mortality--- “to go for it all”--- “to play full out”---“to risk it all”--- in an attempt to make their life a masterpiece.
Like those Warriors striving to make ...