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... br> One day we drove 2 hours (only 70 miles!) to Key West, where spent an hour or so on the USCG Cutter Ingham,
and then we took the Sunset Dinner Cruise to see the amazing, world famous Key West Sunset - well spent $59 apiece!
... experience. We had to actually run through the woods at one point as the Mosquitos were all over us! When we reached the tip we looked out and saw what looked very much like a crocodile! This scared Lisa (and me) very much so we decided to go walking past the sea house which had a pretty terrifying old mans face mask peering out. Petrified we rushed back hoping that it would only be the Mosquitos ...
After a lazy morning at the Condo we went over the 7 Mile bridge to Bahai Honda State Park. More beautiful warm shallow water.There are 3 beaches . The first one we went to was behind the Butterfly garden, not a lot of beach, but the sand was soft and white. There was quite a bit of seagrass washed up on the shore.I went for ...
We bought the 2005 Safari Cheetah (read: Chitta.
Rwaaaarrrr) in October 2012, shortly after Dad died. We drove it home
from Ft. Myers on a sunny Sunday afternoon. After we got it home we
washed, waxed, cleaned, polished, and spit shined every bit. The first
opportunity to take it out arose with an available spot at Flamingo
Campground a few weeks later. Ricky, who had bought our old Fleetwood,
and his family, ...
... and gators. They make perfect models. They pose and are habituated enough to not move an inch while you're photographing We continued past cypress stands, hammocks, mahoganies, ponds and lakes until the mangroves appeared 34 miles later. This is the south coast of mainland Florida: Flamingo. Flamingo is a place worn by hurricanes and pretty isolated. There used to be a lodge here but it blew away. There used to be flamingos here once too, but they probably were ...