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... and our camp chairs in the concrete shelter for many more beers and much more conversation and laughter. Wally, the black curly lab cross, limped around and eventually curled up next to Blue the golden retriever. Halle, a black lab, only about one year ...
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... the freeway and found the tollway, (a $1 per 20 miles) and headed north, a great drive and no challenges, also we managed to cross another huge series of bridges, (one being 3 miles long) and looking both ways over the Tampa bay we spotted another set of ...
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... after a bit of climbing we reached a perfect lookout point for the falls. To walk back to the campsite, we had to cross the river, thighs deep, just at the top of the falls. You need to be careful here, because if you are swept away you go over ...
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A Travel Blog entry by mboy from Jardine River, Queensland, Australia
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