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... they have learned the challenging and stimulating games of Shuffleboard and Pickle Ball and have committed to teach us the skills necessary to excel at these challenging sports endeavors.
As you can see from the photos, Casey rapidly became a pro in Shuffleboard. Shuffleboard requires the same physical skill necessary to stand up in the 7th inning of a baseball game and then stretch your arms. Occasionally, one must bend over to pick up a ...
... the Everglades & an ideal location to check out the west side of the Everglades but the hot humid weather sapped our energy & we choose a short walk in campground & another down day of reading!! Hey it's Christmas, we need a holiday from our holiday!!
... at art galleries. This town of 700 or so mostly free spirits is an oft-cited exemplar of "Old Florida." Even the residents routinely use that term to describe their town and its groovy vibe and funky charm.
We were also able to squeeze in a few wildlife outings and capture some pretty amazing pictures of local creatures enjoying the weather. If ...
... delicious bacony scrambled eggs and tea (of course). We made a plan to get a few key essentials we were missing and found ourselves being watched by 4 beady eyes...a raccoon and her cub! Cheeky things eventually went away but not before going twice round the tent, up and over the picnic table and them into someone else's pitch to check for left over morsels and scraps. The squirrels here are also very 'friendly', choosing to play attack death kill with ...
The drive to our 1pm tour was pretty uneventful other than stopping what seemed like every couple of miles to pay yet another Florida highway toll (Florida is by far the champion state when it comes to tolls). As we approached Everglades City we started to see signs warning us about "Panther Crossings" which was a little worrying. We later found out that Floridians call Mountain Lions, Panthers. So no need to worry about getting attacked by a massive black cat if your ...