Friday, November 6, 2009


Yesterday, we drove with in Gulf Islands National Seashore area to look for an area where my husband can go fishing. Remember this place I posted last July? I told you guys that you can never trust the water here in Mississippi and also in Florida right? Well, gator is a normal sight whenever there's water.
We live with in this park and I never had the chance to this Nature Way Trail. Maybe because I am not fond of camping or hiking anymore. I had so much hiking in my life when I had my childhood vacation in Camiguin Island, probably, LOL!
Anyway, in this forested area, more than 75% is a marsh land. While looking for a nice place to go fishing, one woman who was doing hiking invited us to see what she was seeing.
I did not bring my camera as usual so, I am using my cellphone again and I took the picture of the gator just floating quietly at the right side of the picture. It's not so clear I know. The gator's mouth touched the riverbanks and you can see the long black body just lay still.
This is the shallow water in the park. Yesterday, in the morning was a low tide so, the gator is very obvious down below.
We didn't go fishing. Instead, we took our lunch at Fort Maurepas Park in Front Beach Boulevard, Ocean Springs.

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