Today, we walked on the beach at the state park.
A bridge crosses the Sebastian Inlet to get to the northern half of the park, more about that side later.
Each side of the inlet has a seawall extending out in the ocean to help those moving in and out of Indian river. Both sides of the park have fishing piers along the length.
The change in tides creates some wild water in the inlet.
It is not a pretty beach by my standards. Lots of seagrass and sea weeds as the wrack line shows. I really miss Pensacola Beach.
Not everything is safe to touch on the beach. Man-a-war jellyfish were washing ashore today.
The beach on the north side of the inlet was much nicer.
There are several gopher tortoise's homes on the north side. I guess some people need to be told not to take them for a swim.
On the north side is a swimming area along the inlet. This is a safe place for families to swim.
We are a couple who have started on a new adventure...