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Travel Blogs from Marathon
... folks feed the huge Tarpon. You can buy a two dollar bucket of small fish there. The main competitor for the fish are the very large pelicans that hang out there. They even have a dedicated "Pelican Hazer" who chases the nasty birds away so folks can even feed the Tarpon. We saw Tarpon that must be over three feet long and weigh in excess of twenty five pounds! Fun for a bit of time.
We looked for ...
... their boats and Clay is planning to continue his Great Loop in June, leaving from St. Louis and heading south. We will share our experiences to date with him over a piece of key lime pie! Speaking of that... we sampled a version of this at a Marathon restaurant last night. Have you ever had "Deep Fried Key Lime Pie"?? It was pretty good!
We are updating our photos and will re-post this entry with pictures in a couple of days.
... to do, but they didn't. The pool was still closed. The real inconvenience, of course, wasn't getting me out of a swimsuit, it was getting Andrew out. Maybe now, the dates would open the pool. It would take me forever to get us both ready again. But the pool relented and stayed closed until it faded out view as we pulled onto the Dixie Highway. We ate lunch at Pollo Tropical again. I tried their Caribbean soup and it was perfect. Drive through plantains! McDonald's ...
... shipwrecked or stranded.
Early colonial settlers and developers saw the Everglades were potential farm land and communities .In 1905, former Florida Governor Napoleon Bonaparte Broward began a
effort to drain the Everglades to make the land suitable for agriculture and
development. Large tracts of swamp were transformed into productive farmland,
and cities such as Miami and Fort Lauderdale began sprouting up ...
... only diving in 15 feet of water. We also discovered that it would be the case every time we had snorkelers and divers on the same boat. It seems snorkelers can’t see anything in waters deeper than 15 to 20 feet, and the waters around here where we were being taken sometimes were only 10 feet and the water was getting so stirred up by the sand that we really didn’t have that great of visibility. However, after we learned these ...
How has this ranch rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking