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... t the only people who wanted to paddle the lake today. Even before putting in, we saw a blooming pitcher plant right by the water’s edge. The water level was higher than when I had been here in the past and reached almost up to the dock. We got in our boats and started paddling out on the water. We initially paddled to the west, where the lake is more swampy. There were a ton of cypress trees sticking out from the water and ...
... surely be the largest "South of the Border" theme park anywhere just as we were leaving South Carolina.
The weather continues to be beautiful and luck must be with us as the locals tell us that they have had days of rain!
Tomorrow we drive into Richmond, VA, the Capitol of the Confederacy and will settle down for our first two day ...
... beautiful flowering dogwoods along the creek. Across the bridge, I turned right to follow the loop in the counterclockwise direction. Hiking downstream along Campbell Creek, the spring scenery was beautiful. The leaves were starting to bud on the trees and there a number of wildflowers poking out through the forest floor. When I got to where the creek flows into Cape Fear River, I took a short detour to Lanier Falls. ...
... First stop was to see manatee. There were plenty to see but the water being murky in color I couldn't get good photos.
From there we went to Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge (http://www.fws.gov/merrittisland/). We viewed a nature video on the variety of turtle in the area, etc. The attendant told us they were releasing endangered turtles back into the ocean and said we could participate. What we experienced was so exciting.
... by the nighttime pics taken from the roof of a bar!
So on to today!
I called a cab to take us to the car rental place at union station, and the person I spoke to at dispatch was awful! The cabbie who picked us up however was awesome! He arrived in a wheelchair accessible van and then chatted away to us the whole journey, making sarcastic jokes and pointing out various buildings to us. He was very ...