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... lasting desire to play with these amazingly intelligent mammals. We then got food at a seafood shack which did amazing scallops and lobsters. After we went to the beach and relaxed for a while before I suggested we went on a nature trail walk. This was not fun! Alone as the only people in the mosquito infested woods we were pretty terrified. The sudden echoes of huge iguanas dashing around made for ...
... Easter over here doesn't have the same holidays. Good Friday seemed to be business as usual & even today is Sunday & whilst busy nowhere near as busy as we were expecting for Easter Sunday. We had tried to get into one of the state parks but think you have to book some time ahead to get in so returned home that night Weather has been beautiful the last couple of days, back in summer clothes again & the nights have been much ...
shining. With our friends due to arrive later that afternoon, a slow
lazy day with nothing at all to do recharged our batteries.
Hayes, and Conner arrived in the afternoon and after settling in we
prepared a fantastic dinner of shish kabobs together. Somehow food
always tastes better cooked on a camp grill with friends.
dinner we headed up to the bar to see about some local nightlife. It
... More likely, they were odd vagrants since flamingos naturally live much further south. But Florida ain't what it once was. They used to have seals here too. Andrew and I set up camp and Jessica put together the mattresses and bedding. Our site was in an open area dotted by tall palms. The campground was not very crowded despite the holiday. I guess there are far more exciting places to be for New Years' Eve than the middle of a swamp. It is a good, well ...
... warden was hired to keep these poachers from collecting any more birds. The first warden (what we would now call a park ranger) was actually a former poacher himself, so he knew where the best places to go to poach these birds were, and so knew where the poachers were, and unfortunately he soon found himself dead. However, he does live in infamy as the first park ranger in the Everglades. Later on down the road the park is more known for ...