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Stretching south from the vast Okeechobee, and nourished by the Kissimmee River Basin, the Florida Everglades is an enormous slow moving river of marsh and sawgrass which covers some 5,000 square miles, flowing quietly, peacefully, towards the mangrove islands of the gulf.

My friends, this is a place of paradise!!!

Fishing is at it's best this time of year, but there is another creature on the move as well!!! Always be Xtremely careful in these areas..... The Alligators are now in the middle of the mating season - South Florida is the only place in the world where both alligators and crocodiles can be found mixed together, some reaching 19 feet in length!! :))

With a head wind of 25mph there appeared a small dot in the northwest sky. Passing thru a cloud, the bird slowly materialized, as she flew straight towards us - straight into the wind. And the closer she came, the larger she became - a heavy bodied hawk that resembled a kite - now hanging just over our heads for what seemed to be several minutes. And then, turning back, the bird folded into a 100mph plus dive, disappearing behind the mangroves.

This was the sign for this flute's totem. A sign of power - a Blessing.

Thousands of species of birds, animals, fish, and reptiles call the everglades their home. Our Creator has given me many totems from this area, these totems are soon to become flutes. Stay tuned! :))

I am your Brother,


In the News today:

Alligator Knocks on Fla. Woman's Door
By The Associated Press
BONITA SPRINGS, Fla. - So now the alligators are going door to door. When Lori Pachelli heard someone knocking at the door of her home in a gated community in this southwest Florida community earlier this week, she looked out to see an unwelcome visitor on her front stoop: an 8-foot alligator.

The bull gator, which had wandered up from the pond behind the house, had a bloody lip from banging its head against the door.

"He was pretty big, pretty aggressive," Pachelli said, adding that the gator may have followed her home from walking her cocker spaniel, Trooper.

Pachelli's husband, Mike, said he sped home after his wife called him in hysterics. The animal remained at the Pachellis' door for about an hour before going back into the lake, where trapper John French captured it later.

French said it's not unusual to find male alligators in some pretty interesting places this time of year.

"You're starting into what's called the crawl season, the breeding season," he said. "We get them out of front porches, out of garages, out of swimming pools."

The Pachellis said they never dreamed an alligator would venture that close to the house.

"I've never seen them walking around (the neighborhood), let alone banging on my front door," Lori Pachelli said.

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