Tuesday, November 3, 2009

Bergeron Park-Davie, FL

Well, I'm a little behind on our blogging so I'll try to catch up this week. We will start with our trip to Bergeron Park in Davie Florida. This park was inhabited by indians as far back as 5000 years ago. There are several archeological sites on it. It was surrounded by water at one time and the southern tip served as a canoe landing for the indians. It has one of the highest elevations in South Florida, a whole whopping 28 feet above sea level. We saw a cute Gopher Tortoise and the kids had a fun time digging for indian artifacts. Yaya found pine cones and she thought they were the coolest things ever. P-Nut found "quick sand" and lost his shoes!


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