Bob and Shirley's Great Adventure 2011-12 travel blog

Teed's display of the universe inside the world shown at the world...

They made all their building items

Home of the Gustav Damkohler, homsteader, who donated the land to the...

Estero River

Performances were done on the dock at the river


Bridge from Monkey Puzzle Island

Wierd looking tree

Headquarters where 7 women made policy


Before you could become part of the sect you lived in this...

Founder's House

Teed's sitting room in Founder's House

The Settlement generated their own electricity in the early 1900's long before...

A ratsnake just passing by

A couple of swells

On our nature walk


Clearing sky

The geocache stash

Yesterday we waited out storms that never came so we stayed close to the campground. Fortunately this is the Koreshan State Historic Site with plenty to see. This philosophical religious sect began in the late 1800's by a man named Cyrus Teed. One of his beliefs was that the universe was inside the world. Anyway he drew about 4000 believers worldwide and started a utopian society here with 300 followers. We had a guided tour of the many preserved buildings and grounds which lasted about 2 hours. It was really good. Then Shirley went geocaching. The storms were supposed to be very heavy with thunder and lightning and possibly hail but all we got thankfully were sprinkles. We also took a nice nature walk. Off to church then to Sanibel and Captiva. Hope the sun comes out. Enjoy the pics.

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