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Cosmo senses food...90 views...but he's already bitten the hand that would potentially feed him. (Photo by RD.)
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The Flagler Trail Foot/Bike/Horse Bridge77 viewsThat's Jenny and I on the bridge. (Photo by RD.)
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Don Directs Bonnie66 views(Photo by RD.)
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Nice view of the tannic Econlockhatchee River75 views(Photo by RD.)
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Bonnie Descends as Don Watches Intently62 views(Photo by RD.)
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Cosmo Living Dangerously126 viewsThe Econolockhatchee River is certainly alligator infested. We've seen several very large ones both lounging on the sandy banks and diving in for a swim. Cosmo here is oblvious to the danger posed by the possibility that a hungry gator might be somewhere close by. It was a hot day and that dip and a drink seemed worth it. No gators were spotted and Cosmo was glad.
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Moochie Laces 'em Up132 viewsArriving in separate vehicles, we began the day's competition. Bob arrived first, then zbeard and me. We had sufficient time to talk about ABENDS before moochie arrived, after having polished her man's golf clubs.
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Moochie, Cosmo, and Bob Inspect Cache Contents134 viewsAt the first cache, Cosmo knew that there had to be some food in there. Alas, there wasn't. It was just his way of getting himself into the picture (as usual).
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Bob Grimaces after Releasing an Unidentified Substance112 viewsAt the second cache of the day, Moochie watches in horror as Bob gets white stuff on his hand.
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Moochie (Deb) and zbeard (R.D.)129 viewsMoochie had climbed partway up the rootball of the fallen giant, which was gigantic indeed.
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Another View of the Fallen Giant120 viewsThat's a big old live oak with Bob riding shotgun, Moochie riding the roots, and zbeard trying to figure out why his iQue 3600 is telling him something different.
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One of the Better Bridges on the Bike Trails189 viewsThere are all kinds of bridges, both well engineered and improvised. Some of them are superfluous, too, except at rainy times of the year. Of course, when the river floods, they are superfluous, too, because they're under water. Here, moochie and zbeard traipse on whilst I lag behind taking crooked pictures.
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