Key West Inn - Key Largo
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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First stop on our way down to the Florida Key is Topeekeegee Yugnee State Park at Hollywood, Florida. Pics of our campsite beside the lake. The fountain is pretty neat at night, hard to get a good pic though.
Enjoyed our visit to Miami Beach.
Awesome drive to arrive at our campsite at Kings Kamp, Key Largo. Nothing like the sound of waves lapping at your door. Ed took in ...
... any of the beasts
who reaches over four foot in length AND winds up in someone's back yard or in
an area inhabited by people, has to be captured and either rehomed in captivity
or euthanised. They are considered pests
at more than four feet in length and can NEVER be released back into the wild
once trapped. The law permits just those
two options, rehomed or killed. Luckily
for them there are a group of boys and girls called ...
We started our day again at the local Starbuck's for coffee and to check in on the interweb. Our next stop would be the John Pennekamp State Park. We entered the lush park and decided to check out the Far Beach. This one was a bit off the main road but not as crowded as the other beach in the park. There were a few families and we were once again able to snare a bench under a palm tree! I was concerned about sitting in the sun down ...
... While cruising neighborhoods we found a little park on the back side and quickly found MONK PARAKEETS and BLACK-BELLIED WHISTLING DUCKS coming to roost. As the sun was setting Bob found two very distant NANDAY PARAKEETS making up the only lifer I got today. I am up to 11 for the trip, Bob is sitting at 23, Julie has seen 41 new species. As of 10 pm tonight, we sit at 148 species for four days of work...I will try ...
... weeds (for whatever reason) and within two days it was gone, without bones or skin or anything being left behind – the vultures totally devoured it. So, one has to think, which is worse, the pythons that are eating everything in sight, supposedly, or the vultures that are eating the pythons. You decide!!!
We have worked with a great group of people, Bill and Ruth and David being are cohorts in crime; and Bob and Pat being our ...