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... of paradise, 40,000 hummingbird and 360,000 various bird feathers. In 1902 an auction in London sold 1,608 30 ounce packages of heron plumes. Each ounce of plume required the use of four herons, therefore each package used the plumes of 120 herons, for a grand total of 192,960 herons killed. By 1899, early environmentalists were engaged in efforts to curtail the hunting for plumes. By 1900, more than five million birds were being killed every year, including 95 percent ...
... favorite constellation after the Southern Cross) hanging bright and beautiful right over the ocean. The almost full moon lit up the night sky like a giant floodlight, dappling the water’s surface with a million points of light (stars on the water).
On Wednesday June 11th we drove all the way down to Key West, the southernmost point in the continental United States. Except it isn’t, because it’s an island, connected to mainland Florida by a ...
... in touch. That's how it is on the water and people really mean it.
And so we left Venice behind and headed south to Fort Myers Beach where we were looking forward to reuniting with the Good Captains. We were also looking forward to relaxing on the white sands of Fort Myers Beach and maybe getting a break from the winds. In spite of our proximity to the Gulf, we opted to take the ICW due to the high winds and waves on the ocean the day we left. We would be protected on ...
... which are SO good! We had the best crab cake yet as an appetizer. Glenn had a huge Seafood Angel Hair Pasta and I had the Golden Tile fish. It's the best fish I've ever had- almost like lobster or crab.Mmm!!! I had it prepared Wreck Diver style. If you want know what that is, google Lion Fish recipe National Geographic- it is the recipe that John the owner uses for it.
Steffie and I were keen to get on the road while we had a rental car and head due south to explore the Florida Keys. We got up early to pack some things and by the time we had some breakfast and filled up with gas it was 9:30am. We jumped on Highway 95 south so that we could drive on the massive freeway systems that connects all of Miami-Dade County. Detouring around Miami on the Palmetto Expressway, we connected back onto Highway 1 which drives all the ...