Heather Gienapp,  senior program specialist for Lee County Parks and Recreation at Six Mile Cypress Slough, instructs campers to place their hands on the surface of the tanic water of the Slough to feel the cool temperature. Lee County parks, boat ramps and swimming pools are open free of charge this weekend to celebrate National Parks & Recreation Month. Meghan Easterly See General



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Heather Gienapp, Sr. Program Specialist for Lee County Parks and Recreation at Six Mile Cypress Slough, instructs campers to place their hands on the surface of the tanic water of the Slough to feel the cool temperature during at wet walk at the Summer Naturalist Camp on Friday, July 17, 2009. Meghan Easterly/Staff

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Heather Gienapp, senior program specialist for Lee County Parks and Recreation at Six Mile Cypress Slough, instructs campers to place their hands on the surface of the tanic water of the Slough to feel the cool temperature. Lee County parks, boat ramps and swimming pools are open free of charge this weekend to celebrate National Parks & Recreation Month. Meghan Easterly See General OLD CAP Heather Gienapp, Sr. Program Specialist for Lee County Parks and Recreation at Six Mile Cypress Slough, instructs campers to place their hands on the surface of the tanic water of the Slough to feel the cool temperature during at wet walk at the Summer Naturalist Camp on Friday, July 17, 2009. Meghan Easterly/Staff

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