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    Mrs. Crash and I spent a few days at the lake for her birthday. Lots of rain, periods of calm and overall wonderful.

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    More great pics! Happy birthday to Mrs. Crash and many more to come.

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    Crash, I want to explore the south Florida everglades. My minimal research shows an in-and-out backpacking trail along the southern most coast.
    I am a man of the north and more recently Appalachia.

    I'd like to do a 2-3 day backpacking trip in the winter.
    Any advice? Particularly, how not to get chomped by our reptilian friends in the night.

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    See that right there? That is one smart man. Never trust a dinosaur.

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    Looks a lot like my old stomping (sloshing) grounds in South LA. Beautiful pictures.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zedsdead View Post
    Crash, I want to explore the south Florida everglades. My minimal research shows an in-and-out backpacking trail along the southern most coast.
    I am a man of the north and more recently Appalachia.

    I'd like to do a 2-3 day backpacking trip in the winter.
    Any advice? Particularly, how not to get chomped by our reptilian friends in the night.
    I'm in the north part of the state so can't give you any specifics other than there is plenty. The Florida Trail is about 1100 miles long and the southern end is at Big Cypress. I'm sure there are plenty of miles of hiking (probably hundreds) around the glades.
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