T-Shirts: To Remember. Geographic Art To Wear.
Holidays and family … and so goes December.
Now for the Everglades National Park and Big Cypress Preserve with a dollop of Key West. Bottlenose Dolphins, alligators and a crocodile, roseate spoonbills, egrets, herons, ibis, red shouldered hawks, barred owls, gallinules, turtles and pythons. Some of the wildlife. And of course tourists from the cruise ships at Key West. Speaking of wildlife – Duval Street. Kapok Tree. On the causeways between Keys (Cays) the Atlantic on the east and Florida Bay on the west. Lots of mangroves – black, red and white. And the Shark River Slough with the hammocks and sawgrass plains – Marjorie Stoneman Douglas’ “Sea of Grass”. Rock Reef Pass – elevation 3 feet. Bald Cypress trees that are laced by strangler fig and resurrection fern and home to bromeliads – trees alive when Columbus stumbled onto south Florida. So much to learn and great to have friends to share the experience.