Bay Cove Motel
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... and rededicated myself to the parental vows of sometimes missing out on cool stuff because of inconvenient child timing. Before I could feel too sorry for myself, Esme suddenly sat bolt upright in bed and looked at me with a 'what are you doing here' look on her face. "Quick! Go to the bathroom and get your bathing suit on!" As she sputtered, "What?" I lovingly pushed her toward the bathroom and threw her swimsuit at her ...
... the length of entries are closer to being a digestible entry like something you would find in Sunday Parade Magazine and not as long as the ones found in The Atlantic. Hopefully, I’m not a Tolkien or Melville (famously long-winded writers). I try my best to use as few words as possible. However, they do represent a stream of thought associated with the entry.
Others have indicated that my blog has too many pictures. A picture is worth a ...
... one there. Disappointment. I had missed other hikes, way back towards flamingo that I was interested in because of the recommendation by the guide, and the nice picture on the trail map. But this elevated wooden boardwalk was barely 200 metres long. It did lead up to a lookout over the swampy grasslands but that's about it. I did learn that the grassy swamp was a river. A wide slow running river that runs from a lake well to the north, down ...
... endangered with only about 2000 remaining. Their cousins, the Alligators were hunted
almost to extinction in the sixties and seventies and became protected when a
head count revealed the extent of the damage caused to their numbers. Now, they are thriving and can be found
throughout the 5000 square miles which make up the Everglades eco and river
The sad thing about
the alligators (well sad and totally understandable) ...
Had an awesome little experience with some Manatees today.
The place I'm staying at has its own small marina that opens up on to the Gulf of Mexico. Its pretty sheltered and dotted with mangroves which means there's loads of wildlife.
I had seen Manatees in the marina a couple of days ago which was pretty cool as my previous encounter in Mexico had been just to ...