If you're thinking "Oh what a nice view", you might be missing the point. Knucklehead is standing on a hill overlooking the Gulf of Mexico.
We don't have hills looking over the Gulf in Pure Florida.
So... where did this hill come from?
(If instead, you were thinking, " Hey! That kid's wearing FC's T-shirt!", you would be right. I just noticed that.)
The vista in the top photo is from the top of a huge midden left by post-iceage immigrants to Florida. These first immigrants used the site as a seasonal (winter, sandgnat free) camp and it probably had other uses that we can only "reflect" upon.
What is known, is that generations of first Floridians piled their shell trash here and created an amazing hill from flat marshland. Today, it's covered with forest and a thin layer of sandy humus.
It's still here today because we own it together, you and I. It's part of the Lower Suwannee National Wildlife Refuge.