Florida Keys, Sunshine Key Rv Resort, (high 83, low 74)
We had such an amazing day kayaking on Wednesday and we hoped to repeat it yesterday.
We should know better though because anytime we’ve had a particularly great day kayaking, we never can repeat it the next day.
The winds were up slightly yesterday so the seas were a bit choppy. We paddled around the entire island but never saw anything out of the ordinary. It turned out we were a little tired (and irritable) too.
This next picture shows Bahia Honda State Park on the left and Sunshine Key Rv Resort on the right. You can see we’re only a bridge apart.
Here we go under the bridge. I love paddling under these bridges. I think they make for some interesting photographs.
The flag is at the entrance of Sunshine Key. You can see we’re never far from home!
We came back to our little beach and read for a while.
Later,we took a walk around the park. You really do not need to leave the campground to have a wonderful day and see interesting and beautiful things.
Some bananas on a tree at one campsite.
You can walk to one side of the island to watch the sun set.
This morning, we walked the other direction, and over to our favorite fishing bridge for an incredible sunrise.
The seas are flat calm.
A still sleeping Sunshine Key.
A morning surprise.
Our time here in the Florida Keys is quickly winding down and we’re wishing we could stay longer. The longer we’re here, the more we love it. Of course, this week-end is the beginning of the summer season and we’re expecting lots of new “compounds” to be built this week-end, (and all that goes with it).
It is so nice and peaceful Monday thru Thursday and we’ve taken full advantage this week. We’ll go to plan “b” this week-end and maybe even get a little cleaning and laundry done! We just may have to figure out a way to spend the winter here.
Yes, the place is addictive.