We are in Florida and officially on Eastern Standard Time. We are camping at Coe Landing right on Lake Talquin. The vultures here are obnoxious. They will peck at the rubber on your car and your trailer. We’ve had several people tell us they are most active early in the morning. We did not have any problems but we saw about 10 of them on a car when we arrived. Thought that was strange.
We took a bike ride along the Tallahassee to St. Marks Historic Railroad State Trail. The Tallahassee-St. Marks Historic Railroad State Trail runs 20.5 miles from Florida’s capital city to the coastal community of St. Marks. Through the early 1900s, this historic railroad corridor was used to carry cotton from the plantation belt to the coast for shipment to textile mills in England and New England.
Went to Wakulla Springs State Park for ride down the Wakulla River. Saw manatees, alligators, lots of birds and turtles.
Wakulla cave is a branching flow-dominated cave that has developed in the Floridan Aquifer. This cave is classified as a first magnitude spring and a major exposure point for the Floridan Aquifer. The spring forms the Wakulla River which flows 9 miles to the southeast where it joins the St. Mark’s River. (Wikipedia)
The most famous films been made here were Tarzan and The Creature from the Black Lagoon.