The fishermen are everywhere, all rigged up, fishing off the shore, off the jetties (with special carts to carry their gear), off the bridges. Many cast for their own bait, and show off their catches or give reasons for their not-catches. It's a good story with no ending, day or night. I need to get a license, but I don't think it would have mattered much.
|Ready to fish!|
|Wild flowers, looking like baby orchids|
|Some crazy waves here, close to the shore and out on the reef.|
This is a very popular surfing spot.
Then on goes the engine to do it again.
Without a storm like the night before, the sunset was much more gentle last night, and still beautiful.
|I didn't mean to startle you!|
|Coming in for the night|
With a good night's sleep in preparation for taking off this morning, I took a walk over to the beach side for the sunrise.
|All the fishers, folk and critter, starting the day|
|One last glimpse of a wood stork!|
After getting my tires checked in a few hours (two seem a bit low - I didn't know dualies can be connected - yikes - there's much to learn that I didn't even know there was to learn. I like that!) I'll be heading up A1A to St. Augustine. My favorite road to one of my favorite places.