March 30, 2010
Spring is Here!
March 19, 2010
Canoe trip up the Loxahatchee to Trapper Nelson's
Yesterday was March 5th and it was the most beautiful day we've had in a month. Bright sun, very warm and no wind. We decided to take a canoe ride up the Loxahatchee River to one of my favorite spots in the whole world, Trapper Nelson's homestead. I've told the Trapper story so many times, so don't worry I won't go over it AGAIN, but if you haven't heard it you can view the blog post I did a few years ago by searching the archives. But this post has a different theme...
On the river we saw lots of alligators smiling at us as we passed.
Ospreys kept cheering us on as we made our way up the winding river.
Here we are coming around the bend, approaching Trapper's boat dock.
No one else is here! There are usually many visitors and tour groups, but for now it is all ours.
George next to some old bamboo; does he look nervous to you?
Here we are at The Spot. Trapper Nelson's has now become an official "Significant Relationship Location".
Can anyone see the difference? Hee Hee!! Look at my left hand! George proposed!!!!!
The bottle of Veuve has been popped and we are Officially Engaged; we can't wait to get home and celebrate with family and friends.
This was George's grandmother's ring!
March 06, 2010
Random Camping Shots
Sunset at Jonathan Dickenson State Park
My favorite spot in the bus: set up with my books, my ipod, my blanket and my snacks. Cozy!
A visitor to our campsite
You can see how tall he is next to this car.