Two RV Gypsies: Full-Time RVers
RV - AWO eyes of the two RV Gypsies

Lynches River County Park
and The tree top canopy walk
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A short walk took the Two RV Gypsies from the Riverwalk area to the tree-top canopy walk: Environmental Discovery Center/Canopy Walk Hours:Tuesday-Saturday 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM Sunday 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM

For questions or concerns, please call (843) 389-0550.  Do not contact the two RV Gypsies.

Environmental Discovery Center Environmental Discovery Center
Environmental Discovery Center Environmental Discovery Center
Karen Duquette Karen Duquette

Below: Sign on the door

Sign on the door

The two RV Gypsies entered The Environmental Discovery Center Building and enjoyed the displays.

colorful fish Barred Owl
bird

Below: Lots of activities set up for children to learn. Nobody was here on this date, possibly because of the Pandemic and not being able to touch and explore like they usually would.

activities tables activities tables

Although the two RV Gypsies came here for the suspension bridges (shown below) their favorite section indoors was the beautiful turtle. They have seen many turtles in their travels, but this one was so pretty, plus they have never been able to see the underside beauty of a turtle before.  (Sometimes Karen just can't stop herself from taking too many photos of the same subject).

colorful turtle colorful turtle
colorful turtle colorful turtle
colorful turtle colorful turtle
colorful turtle

Since the two RV Gypsies have seen many alligators in the wild, and have also canoed and kayaked near them, they were not particularly interested in the alligator on display, except that is was a very small baby alligator under a heat lamp.

Alligator sign
baby alligator

Then it was time for the reason that the two RV Gypsies came here. The tree-top canopy walk, even though they have done several others, longer, higher and bigger.

( To see those, use the TOC button at the top of any page, choose the letter S, and scroll down to suspension bridges. There are 19 other ones listed there that the two RV Gypsies have experienced. )

no running sign tree-top canopy walk
tree-top canopy wal panorama

Below: Lee Duquette on the first of three bridges, which was also the longest one here, but far from the longest one the two RV Gypsies have been on.

Lee Duquette on the tree-top canopy wal Lee Duquette on the tree-top canopy walk
Lee Duquette on the tree-top canopy walk swinging bridge
swinging bridge Lee duquette
Lee Duquette on the suspension bridge

Then it was Karen's turn

Karen Duquette on the suspension bridge Karen Duquette on the suspension bridge
suspension bridge
Karen Duquette and the  suspension bridge

Different views from the suspension bridges

View from the suspension bridges View from the suspension bridges
slinghsot tree
View from the suspension bridges View from the suspension bridges
View from the suspension bridges View from the suspension bridges

A couple of the trees were green and caught the attention of the two RV Gypsies. Of course, this time of year, most trees do not have leaves anymore.

a few green trees a few green trees
unhappy face

Below: Leaving here, the two RV Gypsies came upon a road that was flooded. It was a narrow road and they were glad they were in a small car. Even so, Lee had to do quite a few "K" turns in order to be sure he was still on the road since both sides of the narrow road were also flooded. They hope this never happens to them when they are in their big RV and can not turn around.

flooded road

look below

continue on to the next page Continue on to Woods Bay State Park in Olanta, SC and the Boardwalk with amazing reflections.