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We found this bird feeding in one of the ponds at Botanic Park.
As always, great photos! Thanks for sharing!
Thanks for the great pic’s.
Joe what kind of camera do you have ?? You take great pictures.
Great Pics Joe, as usual…..
Yep – that will work for me! Looks real stressful, doesn’t it?
Thanks again for the great photos!
Sue – I didn’t notice it but I’m sure it’s coming along fine.[hr]
This is a Silver Thatch Palm, the National Tree of the Cayman Islands. It has played an important role in the lives of Caymanians since the first settlers arrived on the islands in the early 1700’s. You will still find many thatched roofs today at places such as Pappagallo.
I’m so happy for you that the phone and computer were down!! Glad you and Peggy could get out and enjoy it!
All the photos are lovely and will help to make your whichphotosgointhecoffeetablebook choice all the more difficult.
As for the Queen’s Monument snorkeling question………we really LOVED snorkeling there……..I am not a strong swimmer, nor a good swimmer so I check the current BEFORE going in……and remember to get out where you go in, despite swimming against the current, because further down there are a lot of sea urchins you don’t want to step on……….PLEASE!
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