|Here is where we checked in to ride the airboat, that was 20 minutes away.|
|I love this stuff. You swirl it around and it'll just come all back together.|
|There's one of the other boats.|
|And there's the other, other one.|
How much traffic could it be? It was just a small little town.
We would later realize that it took us almost two full hours to go approximately 17 miles.
Once we got there, we loaded the boat and spent the next hour and a half experiencing absolute excellence.
|Here's an egret on the shore.|
|All I can think of at this point is the "Tick Tock" music from Peter Pan.|
|Such a cute lil' alligatah.|
|Let's go swimmin' with da gatahs.|
|He's coming right for us!|
|If ya look closely in his mouth, you'll see his marshmallow.|
|I fell in love with these creatures.|
|And the place they live.|
|Along our travels, we came across a boat that was blown in from Katrina.|
|Dassa big BIG alligatah.|
|Dassa baby alligatah. I wish the Mister was a better picture taker. I look horrible.|
|This is Alfonso. He's about 10 feet long and probably about 60 years old. He's amazing.|
|I'm not sure what this little guy is, but I want one.|
|The might King Fisher. This guy entertained us with some fish diving.|
|Beautiful Spanish Moss. When you hear of things being stuffed with Horsehair, this is what they are talking about.|
|One of the many canals that make up this swamp.|
Well I hope y'all enjoyed my swamp tour as much as I did. I will have more stories and more pictures soon.
Have a wonderful weekend.