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It was a great feeling pulling back into Nature Coast Landings in Crystal River. We spent four days visiting with friends, riding our bikes, swimming in a real heated pool and of course sprucing up our lot for our winter renters. Several folks have asked what the inside of the Cottage looks like and we realized we had not posted any pictures of the inside. So we took a few. Here is where we slumbered, watched movies, read, knitted and made wonderful dinners.
... horses and that we would have to kick them to make them go faster. Neither one of us were okay with that option. So, as expected, we were behind the pack the entire time. We were also told not to let the horses snack or drink water on the trip. That lasted about 5 minutes. My horse followed Evie’s horse and did whatever Evie’s horse wanted to do, including going on a different trail than the guide.
After regaining the feeling ...
... like it that i could go to class on a golf cart!!!! there are about 90,000 people living there. they have a rainbow club of about 2,000. interesting. who knew? we also went to a big flea market, which was fun, I got three shirts for three dollars, Randi got a water hose and we got fresh produce, fun. we stayed at lake griffen state park, it was a nice campground, we wanted to rent kayaks and go the mile to lake George, right from our campground, but ...
... was recommended by the park. Instead, we wandered down the boardwalk taking in all the exquisite scenery and wildlife. We saw an otter in the spring that was going under the water and searching for food and then surfacing to eat what he had caught. At the end of the boardwalk was a dock overlooking the river where we saw ducks, birds that looked like vultures, and turtles bobbing in the water. We ate lunch at the picnic area overlooking the spring while watching ...
... hippos, are much bigger than I expected. About the size of a medium sized beluga whale. With faces like friendly sea lions, but without the teeth. And so gentle , that when I was face to face with one – about 2 feet away – I didn’t feel the slightest anxiety. They move so slowly and don’t seem to have the “fight or flight” instinct. Only the flight. If you move ...