- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Plumage often came from birds in the Florida everglades, some of which were nearly extinguished by overhunting.
One ornithologist reported taking two walks in Manhattan in 1886 and counting 700 hats - 525 of which were topped by feathers or birds. Between around 1875 and the early 1900s, hunters killed hundreds of thousands of snowy egrets, owls, terns and other elegant birds to near extinction. A single order of feathers by a London dealer in 1892 included ...
... blew away the tenaciously biting insects and provided pleasant cooling relief from the oppressive heat and humidity.
The following morning we went out on the kayaks again, this time heading around the other side of the key, and partook in some more snorkeling and swimming. Unfortunately Zoe swam into some jelly fish and got stung on her legs which caused an incredible amount of pain and we abandoned the swimming part of the plan. I have unfortunately been stung by ...
... plans of how boats should tie due to its small docks and limited space, we ended up being stern to stern (and only about 3 feet apart!) with us looking directly into their boat and them looking directly into ours. It was a bit awkward to say the least. We felt like paupers looking through the mansion window. I doubt if they even notice us due to all the splendor of their surroundings. Fortunately, these folks only stayed one night. It was pretty funny when they left ...
... left elbow. And I didn't get to see the damn shark! When we got home I had to ask Glenn to go to Walgreens to get medical supplies,since I used up everything we had. The elbow is the worst- except for the camera, which is the second one I've broken this trip.Things could be worse, and a few medicinal vodka tonics have eased the ...
... and built for skinny types. Everything else on our list was accounted for by our mindful shopping spree. Shopping at Walmart is like holding breath underwater, but I do like seeing foreing Walmarts. You get a true sense of the local population when you're in a Walmart shopping with the masses. From here we came to fateful corner of Dixie and Palm. Turn left and you end up in Biscayne NP. Go straight ahead and hit Key Largo and maybe key West. Turn right and you end ...