The hundreds of vultures swarming overhead and hovering in the trees were a little unsettling though...
We went to a demonstration put on by quite possibly to most deep south redneck ever, but he grew on me (the times I actually understood him). He must get a kick out of scaring the kids in the audience. They were equally fascinated and frightened by his stories. Like when he told them that if they find a snake in their house that they should let it live there as a pet because it eats the rats and you would rather have a snake then rats because rats will chew off your fingers, toes and noses while you sleep. It also didn't help when he told them that people would flush baby gators down the toilets and now there are alligators living in the sewer systems in every major city in the U.S. That didn't do much to help comfort her that alligators don't live in AZ and now she's convinced more than ever that an alligator is just going to show up in our swimming pool one day.
He was also nice enough to let our kids get up close and personal with the baby gator on their head and face, right after it peed all over another lady. He was quite the character to say the least.
After that we ventured out beyond the confines of caged in gators to the "real" ones. The swamps really are creepy. No wonder Kylie is a little freaked out.
Maddox kept trying to pull Jason away from the bank and out of harm's way