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... precipice and reach the banks of The Lake. Once at the summit of the 35 foot tall Herbert Hoover Dike that contains The Lake, I find I must peer past shallow water-lands and marsh to see the actual lake. It is here where I learn that the average depth of this enormous lake is only 9 feet.
The 100 foot wide top of the dike surrounding the lake is the 110 mile Lake Okeechobee Scenic Trail or “LOST”. This seems like an ill conceived ...
... groves with fruit! Wonder if the fence is to keep humans or animals like wild pigs out! Apparently it's illegal to pick fruit even off the ground as they turn it into juice! After driving the flat quiet roads we surprised to see "busy" town, well mainly strip malls, of Okeechobee.
You can't see the lake as you drive because there is a huge dyke all around the lake. While they were construction the dike, they excavated along the inside ...
... mark over the last few weeks, it was time for us to retreat with undue haste further south into Florida. We plan to spend time in South Florida from December through February remaining in each spot for our longest pauses yet. Blog entries will likely be a bit different as we settle in for a Snowbird-like lifestyle and gently explore the surrounding area.
As this blog entry is authored, we are at the end of the first week of ...
... Sandy to make her entrance. She was due to hit us on Sunday and arrived on schedule. We had high winds and rain, but we never lost power. We called Denny's brother George and sadly we all felt it would be better to postpone our visit to D.C. It was great to see Kris, Mark & Dave and we even got to help put up their Christmas tree the day after Halloween.
Friday, Nov. 2 we left Hudson and drove through New York city (Queens) and witnessed ...
... was more traffic at Ortona lock but we got through a lot more quickly than at the Franklin lock and were the only ones going east.
We decided to stop about four o’clock and found ourselves in Moore Haven. Hwy 27 is crossing on a bridge nearby and there’s a railway bridge beyond it where I believe I saw a train of sugar cane pass through. We were the first boat to stop but were joined by four ...