The rig, all alone, in the equestrian park area...no lights, no noise.
It is possible to paddle a short segment of the Chipola River for about an hour.
The launch is just upstream from where the river disappears into underground caverns.
The other end of the paddle trail runs into the 'blue hole', where
swimming is permitted during the summer. A wooden arched
walkway spans the blue hole.
The Chipola River remains much the same as when paddled
by Native Americans.
This chameleon says he likes the color of this canoe just fine.
The Chipola is a small stream that can become big, as shown by this "1975 High
Water Marker" shows, which is about 3-ft. above the top of this RV.
The romance is gone. I heard Jean say, "Look at this big bunch of mistletoe."
"Oh yeah," I said as I rushed over and gave her a kiss. She looked at me and said,
"No, I just wanted you to get a picture of this huge bunch of mistletoe."
What Florida means...wildflowers everywhere.