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One from today visit to Sweetwater Wetlands

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  • 4WARD4WARD Cross Creek,FLPosts: 2,930 Captain
    Glad you got out Moon.
     I actually assumed they were closed.
    Watch for the big gator in the NE pond. One impressive lizard.
    "I hate graveyards and old pawn shops
    For they always bring me tears
    I can't forgive the way they rob me
    Of my childhood souvenirs"... John Prine
  • Moon ShadowMoon Shadow Posts: 1,074 Officer
    4WARD said:
    Glad you got out Moon.
     I actually assumed they were closed.
    Watch for the big gator in the NE pond. One impressive lizard.
    My son had a doctor's appointment and the doc wasn't in and they told him it could be two hours before he got there.  So I left my son and went down the road to Sweetwater.  Surprisingly it wasn't that busy even with it being free now.  I walked around the backway total hike of about 2 miles.  I saw probably a couple of dozen gators but mostly smaller one 5 to 6 feet.  The big one was in hiding today.
  • JWTJWT Posts: 788 Officer
    nice shot - glad you were able to get out.....
  • Moon ShadowMoon Shadow Posts: 1,074 Officer
    Here are a few more photos from my hike today on a slideshow for YouTube.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VMFOEXVgbq0
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