With all the things there are to do in Miami and the Everglades, we did nothing. We lounged at the pool and soaked up the warm sun, which had temperatures near 80 for two days. One evening we went into Homestead, hit the mall and picked up a few things. We also stopped at a roadside farm stand and picked up some locally grown tomatoes and corn, and an avacado that was the size of a volleyball. The next night we drove towards Key Largo to Alabama Jacks, out along a canal in the middle of nowhere, and had some conch fritters, and waited for some manatees to swim by, but they never did. I basically rested up for a potential 125 mile ride to Sugarloaf KOA, and Pam got to relax, without having to set up or break down the RV for a couple of days. We are going to check into Sugarloaf one day early, which is a good thing too. Thank you tail wind....now if the wind will just cooperate for one more day.
|Sign inside the place|
|Relaxing next to the canal - but no manatees!!!|