As I mentioned in the last post, acres and acres of the land around NASA’s Kennedy Space Center not needed for space agency business is preserved partly as a wildlife preserve (Merritt Island) and partly as a wild, natural seashore (Canaveral National Seashore.)
I spent most of a day, walking trails, visiting historical locations, and getting coated in the salt spray from storm tossed waves. I even got rained on but it was well worth it. Another national treasure just waiting to be explored.
Here are a few images for you to enjoy. More on the historical locations another time.
If you are near Florida’s Space Coast, be sure to take some time to take a walk on the wild side.
By the way, all this was happening while they launched a SpaceX rocket from the Kennedy Space Center.