Saturday, July 19, 2014
Young blue heron
Moor hen. Gender undetermined.
Yellow bellied slider
Teen blue heron. All teens have skin/feathers issues.
At the replica of Fort King, I thought it would be neat to see monkeys here. Planet of the Apes style
The monkeys were nearby
A troop of 25-30 used this tree as a bridge to cross from one side of the waterway to the other. video Sorry, non FB friends. Here is one all can can see
This is the site of a former pedestrian bridge.
Part of returning the area to a natural state.
A differ angle on the glass bottom boat dock, coming out of the water way instead of up the main channel
Just one monkey
Where's the bird?
To a point
Amendment 1 in November so the State can have the money to buy it. Don't want another missed opportunity. Like on the Rainbow River where some timeshare mogul bought a beautiful piece of riverfront property, with a spring, between the 2 halves of Rainbow Springs State Park.
Just lost two hours of my life, and this Tale on Tuesday night. Here we go again.
Back at the canal to Ray's Wayside. I had gone past it to take the last few photos.
The water is almost up to the Eagle Scout ramp. The concrete is under water. Landed at 12:30
Took a 4 hour break from the midday heat before sand hill cranes danced for me as I got in the car and headed to Silver Glen Springs.
Took the scenic route
In Silver Glen Springs at 5:30. I figured people would be leaving. They were, but still pretty crowded.
But, its a large spring.
Off with the flippers, on with the tennies, for a walk on the Lake George Trail
Back to the Spring
More to come