My first jungle with alligators and birds
Back in January of 2017 I got the opportunity to tale a vacation to Orlando Florida. One of the high points among several was the Orlando Wetlands Park. Being that was six years ago and my brains work as good as my eyes I asked CahtGPT 4 to whip something up for me. Then, to my great surprise memories returned and I got to tell ChatGPT that it was incorrect about a detail, for which it apologized and corrected itself.
After three such errors in information, which included such goofs as locating the park in downtown Orlando and adding in a not-to-be-missed tram tour, I finally got this:
Orlando Wetlands Park, situated in Christmas, Florida, east of Orlando, is a unique nature preserve that showcases the balance between human-made ecosystems and natural wildlife habitats. Stretching over 1,600 acres, the park is a meticulously engineered wetland, offering visitors a chance to experience the lush marshes, tranquil lakes, and vibrant hardwood hammocks up close. Home to a wide array of wildlife, including alligators, bald eagles, and hundreds of bird species, the park is a must-visit for nature enthusiasts. While there are no tram tours, a comprehensive network of trails and boardwalks allow guests to immerse themselves in the serene beauty and observe the varied wildlife, all while learning about the park’s significant role in water treatment and environmental conservation. The Orlando Wetlands Park truly represents a successful symbiosis of human intervention and nature’s resilience.
And then there's John
And then there’s the John observation. OOO LOOK! AN ALLIGATOR! That tree looks cool. WOW LOOK AT THAT BIRD!. Wonder where all the snakes are. OO LOOK ANOTHER ALLIGATOR! Wow it started raining. Aaaaw… A Rainbow. A hole’ Bet some critter lives in there. Where are the snakes? Jungle Trees. Bet I could draw that. Where’s a snack?
Yeah. How that went. Want to have a hard day? Be an INFP for a few hours. It’s exhausting. That was the park. Here are the pictures. Lost the originals.