Then when the wind shifts - we can almost touch the mangroves.
Lots of rafting together parties which turn into music competitions and drunken wild dancing - hmmm - reminds us of home on Bald Eagle Lake.
You can rent these cute little pedal carts to tour the park - looks like fun, but we are hiking alot, thanks to Izzy - a few pics of things we've seen along the way.
Rick - it's time to take the jacket and long jeans off!
Sea Oats along the hike.
Fishing Long Legs
This poor Monarch butterfly caught in this nasty spiders web - he's at the bottom of the pic working his way up. Click on the picture and you will see how big he is.
This squirrel - pretending to be part of the tree - we see you!!
And Izzy's favorite was this colorful grasshopper.
When we left Miami for Key Biscayne, we saw these little sailboats playing in the wind.
Like we said - no complaining here - nothing better then a cocktail and watching a sunset on the water.
Back home a big snow storm dumped 18-20 inches and temps plummeted to well below zero. Roads were closed for most of the southern half of the state. Oh, no - better get the roof rake out.
Brad, thanks for shoveling us out!