|The Jolly Roger Travel Park is about half-way down |
the Keys to Key West. 3/4/14
|RV spaces are fairly close to each other,|
but the park has maintained lots of large
trees, palms and grassy areas. 3/4/14
|View of a sunset from my 2nd floor efficiency apartment.|
Looking above the RVs, I have a peek-a-boo view of the water. 3/1/14
|Pelicans are plentiful here. Along with a few egrets,|
they beg for scraps as fishermen clean their catch. 3/1/14
Using the pelicans as my models, let me show you around the waterfront area of Jolly Roger Travel Park.
|This is one of the slips of the dock. A sailboat is moored just off shore. 3/1/14|
|Looking northeast toward the dock and the Gull of Mexico beyond. 3/1/14|
|Looking southeast from the dock toward the RV Park. 3/1/14|
|Looking from the dock toward the eastern side of the|
open-air pavilion. 3/1/14
|The swimming and snorkeling area, just east of the dock. 3/1/14|
|Why did the ibis cross the road?|
Taken just outside of Gary & Mary's 5th Wheel. 3/2/14
Also, I loved just watching the sharks. The water was clear and calm and we could see them using a flash light. Some thought they were nurse sharks, others thought they were bull sharks. One was 6-7' long with several remora suctioned to it. We could also see crab (one in a conch shell), lobster, sting ray, and other small fish. It was a fun time while several park guests joined us, offering suggestions and more bait ... ooooh'ing and aaaaah'ing at the predators below.
|Getting ready to fish for shark at sunset. 3/3/14|
|The last of the colors of sunset with a sliver of the moon|
in the upper right, and its reflection in the lower right.