Thursday, January 31, 2013

highlands hammock state park


Affectionately known as “the Hammock,” this park is one of the most interesting places to see in Sebring (if you’re from Sebring and you’re reading this, you’re probably thinking “Yeah—because there’s nothing to see in Sebring,” but that’s not what I mean!), if you don’t have the privileges of spending your Sunday afternoons on the nearby cattle ranches like I do. My favorite part of the Hammock so far is the “catwalk,” a narrow elevated boardwalk through an ancient cypress swamp that usually yields some good views of alligators, birds, and spiders.


The following are two of my favorite pictures from the trail… look closely!


See the baby one on the right? :)


  1. Baby alligators! I mixed up the fact that you have alligators, not crocodiles . . . I told Adonai that you had crocodiles where you live, and she promptly responded, "Yuck."

  2. Peepsters, I awarded you!



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