Everglades City Motel
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A regular motel
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Rest day yesterday, badly needed so not a lot to report.
The Everglades - a truly unique wilderness in South Florida, a wetland, swamp, prairie and grassland; all of those things. Today was all about a tour across the Everglades on the Tamiami Trail, US41. The trail is the southernmost 275 miles of highway in Florida from Miami to Tampa on …
... in Florida present a wonderful variety of palm trees and tropical plants but we're in agreement, a walk in the woods in the Northeast is more comfortable and interesting.
We almost saw our first manatee as the park ranger came over to us and pointed out a manatee but of course it was no where to be seen by the time we got ...
... photos do have it with the snake in its talons, but the photos were just so so. This is a place I really want to come back and explore more, to take good photos! This time would count as an introductory trip J
It was getting quite hot and humid, and the light was not good for photos by the time we completed the boardwalk. We then drove back to Everglades City and had lunch at the City Seafood place which had a restaurant and ...
... meal at a Vegetarian restaurant and headed to Sloppy Joe's afterwards for a few beers and some live music. The band featured that evening was 'The Doerfels', a band from Buffalo who had relocated to Key West. They were a great band in the sense that they basically could play anything and it all sounded good. I especially liked their version of Sweet Child O Mine by Guns and Roses which I now have on my iPod. Next ...
... In my youth, I fell in love with their ambush style of journalism, their tendency to take on the small and important causes. They blended the probing journalism Edward R. Murrow and featured segments such as point-counterpoint (Jane You Ignorant Slut), and Andy Rooney. As we watched 60 Minutes this Sunday, Casey and both sighed deeply at the end. We miss Andy Rooney. I don’t know why I still watch it, but I do. Sundays complete me.
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