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... breakfast at the hotel. Our first stop was the Kirby Storter Park where there was a boardwalk leading to a small swamp/pond. We had a nice walk, taking pictures of the air plant blossom along the way. At the end of the boardwalk was the small pond where there were two wood storks feeding in the pond. They were so adorable, the way they balanced themselves with one wing spread out while using the foot of the same side tapping into the ...
... the Florida Panther, which is a close cousin to the Cougar or Mountain Lion. It is estimated that there are fewer than 10 remaining within the park boundaries.
Big Cypress National Preserve, Ochopee, Florida. Unlike the vast sea of grass that makes up the Everglades, Big Cypress has five primary habitats which includes Estuaries, Cypress swamps, prairies, pinelands and hardwood hammocks. Each habitat has distinctive soils, plants, ...
... and a lot of time at the pool just relaxing. We did go for a ride through the communities along the coast. Also, we spent some time on the beach enjoying a cold drink and watching others play in the sand and surf. Across from the beach we found a restaurant with a rooftop deck, where we could watch the sunset and enjoy a meal of fresh seafood.
The next day, Saturday the 12th, found us on the road to our ...
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... out over the grasslands.
Everglades National Park is a place that sort of grows on you. Our first impressions were that it was a dry and desolate sort of place. But, once we looked closer, we saws that all of that grass was growing out of a river that was miles wide but only a couple inches deep. This is a great environment for wildlife, and we have enjoyed exploring, always on the lookout for alligators or any other animals ...