We only stayed 2 nights since it was really only a pitstop on the way to Key West. John Pennekamp State Park was beautiful though and we took several hikes and saw many cool undersea critters on display in the Visitor's Center.
|These guys were chillin' all around the beach|
areas by the stone picnic tables...oh, my!
|I totally forgot what this fish is called.|
Doesn't really matter though...it's
fabulous to look at
|The edges of these gorgeous things were|
dancing in the water...so cool
|Upside down lobster...lol|
|Key lime tree...the grove also |
had mango, avacado and guava trees
but those didn't have any fruit that
we could find
|Have no idea what this is except that it|
is awesome, 3-D, hollow and very delicate.
Reason enough for a pic in my book...lol
|Tiny plant takes root in otherwise|
abandoned purposeless log...
recycling at its best!!!
Go, Mother Nature!
|Can you see the butterfly? It was really huge!|
|Huge funky mushroom|
|Teeny tiny mushrooms|
|Mangrove entanglement that starts out with|
one single seedpod...see below
|OMG, a ponytail.. Perhaps a|
pony-stub would be more accurate...LOL
|One of the hiking trailheads|
|An itty bitty waterfall whose water has a high|
calcium content causing that white coating
on the rocks