After visiting Poca Boca Spring
and I headed off to the ends of
South Florida—Loxahatchee. The Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge on
the western fringe of South Florida. We drove out there the day before but
just after the sun had set and therefore we only stayed a few minutes before
we were eaten alive by mosquitos.
Going in the day, we avoided all that and were able to stroll around the
area a bit. Quite a few people were out, getting airboat tours (those
things are loud) and fishing. We walked along the hiking path (that goes on
and on and on and on) for a bit, then
headed home where we both took a nap.
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