Ginny's Adventures 2019 travel blog

off we go!

certain spot for the macaws here - where?

aah - there they are - Red & Green ones

with a couple of Yellow & Blue ones

Scarlet one in the middle

lots in the trees also

weird looking vine-covered stag sticking out

found another lick

parrots like this one

red caterpillar!

overlook - sunset point

two-headed butterfly - TM

the sunset

our luggage goes to this dock and is trucked to the lodge

better sunset picture

roadside hawk

Roadside Hawk by Terry Miller

abandoned paper wasp nest

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noisy macaws

Our luggage needed to be outside our rooms by 6 with breakfast at 6:30, leaving the hotel by 7:15 for our 4 hour ride back to our other luggage. A macaw joined us for breakfast, stealing a piece of pound cake from Kathleen, then coming back to sit on Meghan's shoulder. It flew to the next table and had a drink of juice before flying away. The workers there have named it something like Rosita.

On our way back, we stopped by the Chuncho clay lick again to see the macaws.

This time when we got back to the resort, it was claimed that we walked up 155 stairs and then 1/3 of a mile. It did seem to be longer even though it was midday! We had lunch at 1 PM then rested for a few hours. We then walked a hilltop trail to see the sunset. It wasn't very spectacular, but we did see a roadside hawk on a tree - riverside hawk!

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