On our way down the coast, we have seen so many beautiful landscapes and creatures of all sorts. But sometimes, it's not the "beautiful" that catches our attention. Sometimes it's the quirky, the strange, and the downright weird. Like the face for instance, that we nearly stepped on while walking along a narrow beach in Southport, North Carolina. For whatever reason though, most of the strangest sights we've seen have been in Florida. Thanks, Florida, for keeping it interesting!
We have seen boat after boat after boat floating down the waterway, so the first time we saw a floating house, it was such a refreshing change of pace! This one had no inhabitants though, and it wasn't going anywhere, it was just... there. And dilapidated.
Not long after our floating house, we spotted our first floating… dragon?! It was just out there all by itself, so who knows what the story is there. Any guesses?
Once we got to Key West there was an abundance of floating houses. Most were just floating out there by themselves in the bay. But then, there were others, a whole community of floating houses that seemed to be tied to a dock or something. I couldn't figure it out, can anyone enlighten me on this? Whatever the story, they look pretty happy to be there.
Floating boats, floating houses, but surprisingly we haven't seen all that many actual houseboats. This one seems to have an unusual "custom" second story addition built on.
That's all I've got for now, but you can bet I'm going to continue to keep my eyes peeled and camera ready for even more weird as we go.
Have you spotted any weird on land lately?