Today was our second turtle walk of the season. The temperature was perfect, but not quite as much breeze as I would have liked. Because of that, the no-see-ums bothered us a little if we stopped walking. After there was more light they disappeared.
I tried to get a photo of the manatee that was swimming around. As we got near the area, there were around 5 people standing on the shore taking photos. By the time we got to that point, there were 4 more people and another 3 coming out a path. Word traveled fast! :) With the photo enlarged you can only see a dark line. On our way back, people were still there watching the manatee who had been joined by a pod of dolphins.
I think this is where that deep hole was last week. Pretty sad when they have to bring in heavy equipment to fill them in. There was also a big and very deep hole in front of Pointe Santo a couple of days ago. It has been filled in too. We saw the big tracks in several places. If we see anyone digging such a hole, we are supposed to call the police department and give them the location. Hopefully that will put an end to some of it.
Fishing line left behind.
Shell net marking a militant sheller's grave?
King of the mountain???
Another hole in the making.
Lots of sea pork on the beach this morning.
Horseshoe crab and sea pork.
You can see from the photos how