Tuesday, July 26, 2005

Here is an old picture of my car. Jon wanted to see it so I figured that I would post it for him.

Sunday, July 17, 2005

Our Trip To Gator Land

As well all know from Miami Vic there are Flamingos here in Florida. This is an incredibly beautiful picture of them with the gorgous Christina Sachs. there were more flamingos there but they were all jealous of her beauty and refused to be in the picture with her because she was steeling the show. I guess that flamingos are just stuborn like that. Who would've thought.

These are some of the troubled gators that they pulled out of fresh lakes here in florida. The one on the top left was eating family pets down in Tampa. So the finally caught up with him and sentenced him to a life behind bars at Gator Land. The one on the right top killed a couple of people so they sentenced him to death and stuffed him for display. I beleive that he was about 20ft long and was not a pretty sight to see. Exspecially if you were the person seeing the inside of his belly. The little guys on the bottom left are just newly hatched gators. They are only about two feet long but still have the power to take fingers and such off of someone. I personally didn't try. As you can tell because I've been typing this post. I wonder how long it would take if I had lost all of my fingers to the Gators and I had to use my tounge.....Hmmmmm.

Unfortunately there are some deaths in dangerous parks like this one. They guy was trying to cross the bridge with it colapsed on him and the two gators below definitly made sure that he didn't live long. It was a sad sad sight.

Christina had a lot of fun feeding the giant turtles. The larger ones weighed up to 550 lbs. that is just enourmous. They really love fruit exspecially apples and their skin feels like a rough leather. They were incredible. Can you imagine swimming into one of these huge beasts. The little one was found out on the freeway after one of the hurricanes last year. They initially thought that the larger turtles would have problems with it. But they all seem to be growing as one large family.

This was one of the coolest things that I have ever done. I was able to hand feed the Gators. They have this huge bucket of meat and you pick a piece out then walk over to the Gators and feed them. You can only get so close other wise they will eat you instead. The trainer let me get so close that I'm suprised the Gator didn't go after me instead. The top right picture is when the Gator started after me and the trainer had to fend him off with a stick. I don't know what it is about sticks but Gators sure are affraid of them.

We really had to be careful at one point we were caught by one of the great Gators and some how Christina and I were able to get out of there alive.

The birds were alot of fun. they let us feed them and I can't believe how freindly they were. One used Christina's head as a landing pad. It was great. If you look at my shoe you can see one that was trying to get away with my shoe laces. While you were feeding the birds they would lick you with their tounges which tickled really bad. Even worse was when they would try to eat your ear then scream in it. This was one of my favorite parts about Gator Land. We thought that we were only going to see Gators. Oh how we were wrong.

I didn't think that I was going to leave with my head attached. This gator chased me down and I almost lost my head trying to get away from him.

Well here we are at Gator Land. I would have to say that it was one of the best adventures that we have been able to experience since we've been out here. I am going to post each picture and give you details on each one. I hope you enjoy them.

Tuesday, July 12, 2005

Well, here we are, in Florida. Things have been changing all around us. The storms here are intense and the love we have for each other is only growing. This is currently our home. Its pretty descent and we enjoy the comfort of knowing that its a place to call a home of our own. We plan on posting more pictures of us here in Florida. We've just been too busy making out to really do anything else.