We have visited the park often, usually not in the summer. We got an early start and began our hiking before the heat reached its maximum. We parked at the light house and walked along the shore past Long Bar. It was low tide, and the rocks were exposed. I had not seen so many fiddler crabs since my boyhood in Fort Myers in the 1950s. We had passed browsing deer on our way in, and birds of many types were fishing the shallows. The waterlillies were in full bloom.
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