well, either they were dragging off a gator and it was a helluva big one, or else a few boys were out mud bogging in their trucks.I'm also thinking sea turtles, but I don't see any water in the picture. Is this near the ocean?Or is this a road full of sand that washed in from a hurricane? ok, you have me stumped.
My guess is sea turtle tracks.
Hint: the photographer...me...has the Atlantic Ocean to his back.
I'm betting it's turtle tracks too!I also wanted to add a quick comment: I'm working on getting a blog spot set up, but am obviously stuck in a creativity slump and can't seem to be able to come up with an original name and/or password that hasn't already been used so at least for now I'm anonymous. Some folks know me as "Thunder", so it is likely something in the future with that in the name will be popping up. FC - Thanks for keeping this spot going! Someday Lightening and I will get back down there to visit you and Patience!
Big money allowing sand dunes to be leveled for condos or a business?
I'm betting on turtle tracks too. But I couldn't help notice the billboard for the alligator farm in the background. That was one of my favorite tourist traps to visit when I was little!
Is the fact that the name of the image "seaturtle track 1988" a clue?
Everyone,You can tell by the short post and lack of a new one that this week is a busy one...Sorry.However I do have 2 seconds for an answer...Yes, it is a seaturtle track and nest( the round area at point of V). I will have an ACTUAL post, not just a sentence about this later...probably not today..sigh...Rebel...Oops, yes that is a clue.
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