The road could be a little wider.
One of the camp host couples had an interesting motorhome. It is hard to tell from this photo, but it was painted a bronze color. Lots of fun things in their yard. Note the outside shower near the flag. There was a shelf on the bus to hold soap and such.
I rode my bike to the beach and passed the dune lake where a lot of birds were nesting, especially on the little island in the middle.
These two great white egrets were sitting on nests, so I assume they had already laid eggs, but a male great white egret kept trying to mate with the one on the right--like every two minutes. I imagine she was saying, "Enough, already" since I suspect she already was sitting on her family to come.
This great blue heron seemed to be tweaking his or her nest.
This was has a really big nest!
This is the entrance to the lagoon. This small area behind the rocks that form the entrance results in a protected area, so there were a lot of people wading and sitting on the beach here.
Walkways to the beach over the dunes.
And a yellow warning flag today because it is not as windy.
Not too many birds on the beach, but here is one.
Fun to watch the parasails.
After a short beach walk, I head back to my bike and the campground.