|St. Augustine's Spanish fort overlooks the beautiful harbor|
|Settled into camp for the week|
|White Egret building a nest|
|Rescue or Sacrifice?|
Our last day in St. Augustine, we visited the world's famous Alligator Farm right across the road from our state park campground. Home to nearly 1000 alligators and crocodiles as well as many birds, turtles and little primates, it is a small zoo that is really quite fascinating. To see 15 foot alligators from just a few feet away is pretty cool.
|What are those turtles doing, Mommy?|
We will definitely go back to St. Augustine someday, hopefully during the holidays when the entire city is draped in white lights (it is considered one of the top few cities in the world as measured by white light displays--not sure who actually keeps track of that).
Next stop--Cape Canaveral and the Kennedy Space Center!