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... lot of the airboats travelling up the waterways with their tourist passengers on the look out for alligators. The summer and fall are not the season to see many alligators and although we stopped at various points on our travels we certainly didn't see any, which Peter was grateful for. We did see lots of the white birds that frequent the area (don't know what they are called). It was extremely hot and the car decided it didn't like travelling on such a hot day and ...
... contacts to keep her engaged and on the "right" path. We also spent a ton of time talking with Henning. We gave him advice on where to bird in Texas and talked a lot about soccer. Back at the dock - we shed tears of good bye and stopped at Cuban Coffee Queen for a pick me up. Straight to the hotel - each one of us burnt to a crisp all in different places. A cold shower to counteract the heat emanating from my neck and arms and off to dinner we went. At dinner ...
... solution holes also act as oases for wildlife during times when water is scarce.
Pa-hay-okee overlooks the Shark River Slough. The slough is an 8-mile wide sheet of slowly moving water. It flows southwest towards the Gulf of Mexico and is the central support system of the Everglades.
We end our day as the sun sets at the Royal Palm area meandering along the Anhinga Trail. There is no better way to spend and then end a day.
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... there are pieces of her work all over. We were sat next to a helicopter at this stage, very surreal ! With full tummies we waddled off to the beach for a swim in the sea. Oh my god it was so warm. Lots of Finding Nemo fish swimming around too. Back on the sun lounger I found 10 mins for a lovely snooze while the girls swam. With a road trip it is always hard to tear your self away from where you are, but exciting to think of where you are heading. So ...
Sombrero beach really is the closest and nicest beach. We heard one woman on her phone telling her friend that they were staying in Islamorada, but came here for the beach. On the way there we stopped in at the Watercolor Society Art show. All the artists live at least a little while in the Keys. There is a lot of talent. Inspiration for me. On to the beach.Today we saw dolphins! 4 of them swam through the swimming area, back ...