Bahia Honda State Park with Bill and Mary

The weather is glorious, in the 70s these past few days, with blue skies and a nice breeze.  We invited RV park neighbors, Bill and Mary to go to Bahia Honda State Park with us as they had never been there.

First, we took them to the Old Bahia Honda bridge for the view from the top.  The path to the bridge is through a tunnel of Sea Grapes and is nice and shady.  Mary led the way.

Mary Walking up to Bahia Honda Bridge

The view from the top is nice.  This is the gulf side.

View from Bahia Honda Bridge

Mary spotted a nurse shark swimming close to the bridge on the ocean side.

Mary Spots a Nurse Shark

Then we walked beside the bridge on the ocean side and crossed underneath it.

Underside of Bahia Honda Bridge

The breeze was nicer on the gulf side as we walked back to the car.


We drove to the beach on the east end of the park.

Andy Surveying the Beach

Then we walked up the beach to the far end of the island.


I asked Bill and Mary to pose for me next to some driftwood.

Bill and Mary

Someone had gathered enough shells to make a shell heart on the beach.  It was two-feet wide.

Shell Heart on Beach

This great tree is at the east end of the beach. It doesn’t look too healthy.

Gnarly Tree on Bahia Honda Beach


6 thoughts on “Bahia Honda State Park with Bill and Mary

  1. Susan Sprague November 26, 2016 / 10:18 pm

    I love your posts, Dinata. We are in for snow during this next week. I love living in a cold-weather climate, but also being able to vicariously enjoy your warm winter weather too.


    • Dinata Misovec November 27, 2016 / 10:25 pm

      I also enjoy your posts and am looking forward to getting out there for a visit one of these days. Not in the winter though.


  2. thejuicenut November 27, 2016 / 6:55 am

    Sun, sea, shells and sharks in the 70s – wonderful. Here it is heavy cloud and about 5C, so definitely woolly hat and scarf weather! 😊


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