Here’s the entrance to John U. Loyd State Park,
Where I took the photo of the interesting trash.
|The park is a peninsula|
which is connected to the Florida
mainland to the south.
The state park is located on thin spit of sand:
On the right (east) is the beach and on the left (west) is a deep-water port which featured colossal cranes, huge container ships, and even a luxury cruise boat. By the way, ports across Florida — including Miami — are in the processing of deepening their channels to 50 ft in order in preparation for widening and deepening of the Panama Canal.
|View on right – Atlantic Ocean|
|View on left – deep water port|
At the northern tips is an oceanographic institute.
Here’s a view from the third floor.
|Can you see the luxury cruise boat?|
Lots to see in and around John U. Loyd State Park