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A Morning Walk…A Little Exercise and Lots of Wildlife

In an attempt to get into some sort of better shape, we went for a morning walk.  It’s turning out to be a beautiful day and I haven’t been that far down south in a few months.  Here is what I saw:We are getting into the jelly fish season.  Luckily, for the most part, these things are relatively easy to spot.  They look like purple balloons.  But you definitely need to be carefully of the far reaching tentacles underneath.  Ick.

A bit farther down the beach, at this house…

They are planting about 10 LARGE Royal Palms.  Each is about 20 feet tall…maybe taller…

Strange how small the roots are for a tree this size.

There is an intricate web of black cords holding them up.  Hopefully they put some flags on the cords…or someone on a bike is really going to clothes line himself.

We got down to the palm tree dragons…the end of the line if you are walking on the beach.

On the way back home, we ran into a small crowd watching these guys tie up a crocodile that was swimming in the ocean.  In the OCEAN!

They promised that they were going to let it go in the lagoon.

What was I blogging about one year ago?  Lunch at Caliente’s And Mysterious Fruit: Kinep

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2 thoughts on “A Morning Walk…A Little Exercise and Lots of Wildlife

  1. Terdal Farm

    It is common to remove most roots and leaves from palms when transplanting. I am not sure why–it doesn’t make sense to me.

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