A is for Alligators
B is for Bama (aka Alabama)
There are alligators in Alabama.
Hi, I’m still here. Sorry it’s been so long. It’s taken me a long time to write a post because I’ve been stuck on what to write about this one and the next. While both adventures were great, I was at a loss for what to write.
The other reason is that my website is running soooo sloooow and GoDaddy only wants to sell me more hosting (I already have the Deluxe plan, and relatively little traffic). About 70% of the time I log in, I can’t get anything done because my site is running at a snail’s pace.
Other than that, all is well in the Florida panhandle. Life is good. I’m working, mostly from home. Between sitting all day, being near the fridge all day, and a new allergy medication, I’ve put on a few pounds. I’ve gone back to working out several days a week and eating better. But I’ll never give up chocolate.
But I digress. (Ah, I bet y’all missed that? Ha.)
There are alligators in Alabama. No surprise, right? The surprise is that I have yet to see one in the wild, on the loose, chasing small children or pets. Not a one.
I went to Alligator Alley in Summerdale, Alabama, to see gators. The place is HUGE, and full of alligators of all ages and sizes. They do a daily feeding for everyone to watch while they tell you about alligators and answer questions. You can also buy food pellets and feed the gators yourself. And you can hold a baby gator!
And now we present the pictorial portion of today’s post. Told ya I didn’t have much to write. I don’t have many pictures, etiher. I suck as a blogger today.
Not shown in the photos are the many, long raised walkways and shockingly inordinate abundance of Golden Silk Orb-Weavers hanging between the many trees.
And finally, the world’s shortest video clip (I had to trim and lower the quality just to upload these few seconds. *sigh*)