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The family of the two RV Gypsies
canoeing at Jonathan Dickerson State Park
16450 SE Federal Highway
Hobe Sound, FL 33455

March 29, 2014

The two RV Gypsies saw two manatees swimming in the water right beside their canoe, but did not get good photos of the manatees. The Loxahatchee is famous throughout the state for canoeing and kayaking. The upper river winds its way under a canopy of centuries-old cypress trees, giving a real 'back-in-time' experience. On the lower section, the river becomes a mangrove-lined estuary, with ample bird life along its shores. In 1985, the Loxahatchee became Florida's first federally designated "Wild & Scenic River." No alligators were seen on this trip.

Karen Duquette and family
Karen Duquette and family
Karen Duquette and family
Anthony gets to paddle the canoe.

Family members have often stated that they think Anthony is afraid of heights. But he worked really hard at climbing up this pole and was so proud of himself as he called himself a big boy now. Look at the determination in his eyes and the pleased look of success on his face.

The great-grandson of the two RV Gypsies
The great-grandson of the two RV Gypsies
The great-grandson of the two RV Gypsies

It rained just as it was time to eat, so everyone went inside the cabin except John the Chef and Lee the "Protector From the Rain".

John the Chef and Lee the Protector From the Rain.
John the Chef and Lee the Protector From the Rain.
John the Chef and Lee the Protector From the Rain.
Lee Duquette and his granddaughter
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in Florida - 2014
You may visit these ten (10) FL sites in any order you choose.
There is also a link to Alabama below.

Broward County holiday fun with friends and family

canoe trip at Jonathan Dickerson State Park, Hobe Sound

Florida Keys (2 pages)

boating at Everglades NP

Englewood (on the west coast)

St. Petersburg / Madeira Beach

DeLand and friends

Wekiwa Springs State Park, Wekiva River, alligators/turtles

Wauchula & Kayaking the Peace River plus two state parks

Wakulla Springs State Park: boat tour, alligators, & manatees

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continue on the the next adventure of the two RV GypsiesAFTER you have seen all of the above, please continue on to The Big Peach, plus Cross Garden - Hell's Warning Label in Alabama