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... though the tram was full, the beach was nearly empty, the driver told us that the water temperature was 87F. That sounded warm. It was. Never was I so fast under water than this morning. It felt like swimming in a bathtub. We saw dolphins, pelicans, seagulls and other birds. When we took out our sandwiches for lunch we were quickly surrounded by seagulls, but we did not feed them. But it was fun watching them surround us. At the moment the men are busy cracking ...
Lots of pics. We love the West coast of Florida. Plenty to see and do plus lots of shopping (Ken's fav). Expenses: Gas for RV $110.00 Gas for car $24.00 Propane fillup at UHaul in Homestead $38.00 Campsite at Lake San Marino Naples 7 days $122.00 (Black Friday special) Campsite Siesta Bay Ft Myers 20 days $360. ". " Motorhome repair of propane gas leak ...
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Kept on I-75 SB to make up some of that time spent on 19SB, and the further south I got the heavier the rain. I was in the 750+ km range when I thought I would stop for the day, in Fort Myers. Pulled off the interstate and took the first Holiday Inn. Here is what my hands look like after being in wet black leather gloves for about 8 hours.
I started the ...
... bent on the same mission, so my heart in my throat, I began to check availability for our dates. Carr's was appealing right off the bat. and when I checked out their prices it was even better! :-)
Just looking at a map, it was easy to see that there are streams and rivers and waterfalls everywhere. I THINK there is a stream on the property. We all ...
... on board so this list will likely be expanded from time to time.
And then there are the surprising denisons of the very very deep: jelly fish, squid, starfish, seaurchins, worms.... (click on the blue link for a Youtube video about those plants and animals which live in the deepest part of the Southern ocean.