Sunday, December 15, 2013

A Taste Of Sebastian Inlet State Park

Gary's been a busy boy lately. Of our four days here at Sebastian Inlet, he spent two full days antique shopping. There have been periods of fog and even a little rain, but an equal amount of sunshine and blue skies. As usual, when Gary was here at the park, he took a LOT of pictures. I'm posting a few for your viewing pleasure. This should give you an idea of what the park is like. There is a bridge that connects the two main parts of the park. It provided the overhead view for some of the pictures you see here. Fishing from the north and south jettys is very popular for those that don't have boats. Surfing is popular here too. There were only a handful of surfers here during the week, but there were dozens on Saturday. By chance, on our first day here, Gary came across a photo shoot that was taking place for Ron Jon Surf Shop. That was pretty cool. As for me, I've hung out here in our shady campsite, and enjoyed the distant sounds of the waves crashing on the beach. It's been a mellow four days for sure. I'm sad to say we have to leave here in just a few short hours. We're going to a place called Wekiwa Springs. We've never been there before, but I'm sure it's as pretty as most all of the Florida State Parks are. I'll check in from there.

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