On Overseas Highway, after the 5-year-old’s last day of school.
Somewhere between Rorschach and disorienting, at John Pennekamp State Park.
On a cloudy morning.
The 4-year-old getting silly in the playground tunnel.
In the mangroves at John Pennekamp State Park.
At least it looks like he is. I’m sure he’s using some sort of magic trick.
Going for a stroll in the park. Not sure he knows his neighbors in Bahia Honda are catching some heat for the disappearance of the Miami blue butterfly.
Looking for lunch at Alabama Jack’s.
As seen in a tank at John Pennekamp State Park‘s visitor center. Beautiful, but currently invading and destroying the local underwater ecosystem. So here is today’s public service announcement: Never, NEVER release your aquarium fish into the wild. (For those who have not seen Finding Nemo, this includes flushing them down the toilet.) Thank you.