Stone Ledge Paradise Inn Motel
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... always be prepared"). Woken up by a dripping sound, we made short work of our breakfast and then geared up for our return to the surface.
The Emerald Lagoon may not have offered the best fish viewing but the concept of living and sleeping underwater (even for a short period of time) made for great fun- even DH is claiming victory.
... endangered with only about 2000 remaining. Their cousins, the Alligators were hunted
almost to extinction in the sixties and seventies and became protected when a
head count revealed the extent of the damage caused to their numbers. Now, they are thriving and can be found
throughout the 5000 square miles which make up the Everglades eco and river
The sad thing about
the alligators (well sad and totally understandable) ...
... advice. The bar is right on the beach and we could not have been any closer to see the sunset. We had cocktails (a pina colada for Marty and a Keys Sunset for me). They were so delicious! We felt a little guilty about not ordering dinner so we did get a plate of fries to go along with our tasty drinks. The sunset was glorious. We snapped up some pictures, enjoyed our drinks and shared a kiss on our final evening. It was a beautiful end to a fantastic ...
... that let me take many photos...those will be shared with those found worthy:)
Along our path northward, we stopped at Babcock-Webb Wildlife Management Area hoping for Red-cockaded Woodpecker and Bachman's Sparrow...neither obliged today, but we did get RED-HEADED WOODPECKER, PINE WARBLER, BROWN-HEADED NUTHATCH, among others.
Once again we were on the move stopping in Sarasota to look for ...
And, speaking of nature, we were told all about the poisonous snakes and pythons running around this park eating everything in sight. However, the reality of it is that we have been here for almost four months and just a week ago saw our first "snake". As it turned out it wasn’t a snake at all, but an 18” legless lizard (a glass lizard). As for the pythons, Russ did see a dead one only because a ranger pulled it out ...