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168 and prim. Then headed for a [[red underline]] bridge and kept playing our Siren but nobody turned the bridge [[/red underline]] -- (luckily for us -- because course is left of bridge. Then a very winding channel a succession of bends in a creek about 60 feet wide winding and bending among a green landscape alternating between palmetto and mangrove. [[red underline]] It's like an enchanted trip! I never imagined this trip would be as lovely. [[/red underline]] Then winding and winding our course, seems almost no end, until we finally strike a [[end page]] [[start page]] 169 straight stretch of canal Then later on a toll chain. I notice on the little house near by a small [[red underline]] American flag and a still smaller Belgian flag. [[/red underline]] Toll tender tells me house and flag belong to a [[red underline]] Belgian [[/red underline]] whose name is [[underline]] [[? Van Nieuwenhuisen]], [[/red underline]] who is doing truck farming. Then towards sunset we enter [[red underline]] Lake Worth [[/red underline]] which we try to [[red underline]] navigate at dark. Difficult job [[/red underline]] on account of crooked channel and no night aids to navigation. Several times got into shallow water. Finally groped around till we found our channel
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