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May 28, 2015 - Leaving Cape Romain

We are down to the last few days at Garris Landing, Bulls Island and Cape Romain. We love it here. The southern culture, food and people are great! Thanks again to Tricia Midget, Sarah Dawsey, Greg and Alex of US Fish and Wildlife Service for making us feel welcome and appreciated here. We hope to be back next spring. Today and tomorrow we will spend time packing, loading and preparing for our 8000 mile trip through The western USA. Main destinations are South Dakota, Montana, Wyoming, Utah, Arizona. Plan to be back to Florida by December...

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May 13, 2015 - Montana is calling...

Well, we are down to our last two weeks here at Cape Romain. The weather is getting warmer and more humid. Time to move on. At the end of the month we will begin our 8,000 mile, 6 month adventure with Montana the main destination. We will spend some time in South Dakota, Montana, Wyoming, Utah, Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, Louisiana and finally arrive back in Florida by December for the winter. Thats the plan.

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Apr 4, 2015 - Cape Romain NWR

Well we made it to Cape Romain NWR in Awendaw, SC near Charleston. We are volunteering here for two months. Doing general maintenance at Garris Landing, Sewee Visitor Center and on Bulls Island. Lots to see and do here. Lots of good food. At at my favorite restaurant here, Sewee Restaurant. Gonna have Easter dinner tomorrow with our boss, Tricia Midget.

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May 4, 2011 - Buck Hall Recreation area/Bull Island

Drove back thru Savannah and north thru Charleston. Buck Hall campground is a nice spot on the intracoastal waterway. We sat by the bank and watched huge tugs, lots of sailboats, lots of birds and even saw dolphins periodically. The next day we took a foot ferry over to Bull Island which is in the Cape Romaine wilderness area. Got a narrated ride thru the estuary and spent about 6 hours on the island hiking the trails. There were a lot of alligators on this island, one was sunning himself on the edge of the road and we had to pass within...

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