Location: Williston, FL (High 66, Low 37)
Most of the pictures in this post I borrowed from Harry. He took so many great pictures that I might have to use some more in my next blog post.
The Barr Hammock Preserve is a pretty quick 18 mile drive from the campground. The road to the Preserve, (Wacahoota Rd.) about 8 miles or so, is pretty narrow though. We could see along the side of the road where many vehicles had to drive on the grass shoulder when they encountered another vehicle.
We did the whole 6.5 mile loop and it was a great hike. We kept our eyes peeled for alligators hanging out in the murky water, but there were none to be found today. We did see a lot of birds and a couple turtles.
We were very happy to stay put on the Levee given the warning we saw on the signposts along the way.
I should probably include at least one or two of my pictures so you can see that Harry really was there with me!
The views along the way were so beautiful.
The entire hike took us about three and a half hours.
We had a great time hiking along the Levy Loop.