this is a longer hike closer to Turkey Point Reactor, but is filled with Mexican/Central American familys, military, and escapees from farther North who just like the shift in flora and fauna found here, next to a State Marina. . .great facilities for barbeque and picnics, lots of parking. . friendly parks personnel. . . and good security, that is often missing elsewhere. . . .military families, and miamians who just want unmolested sun time. . . come out of their way to get down here. . . just regular food fare of frozen hamburgers, hot dogs, fries, ect. . . but easy to bring your own provisions, not expensive. . .and diverse tourism and locals. . . .near a spot where a local dinosaur reported seen, which has to be not possible. . .but we know people that saw it in broad daylight and swear it was real. . . not fake or an illusion. . .While I've never seen anything. . . .we're intrigued by what could explain it's presence and appearance on the other side of the canal. . .for unknown reasons. . .local media has never picked up or reported about this dinosaur type appearance? It would be the equivalent of Homestead's "Tessie". . .
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