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The Amazing Ecotour- A Key Largo Trip Report - UPDATED 2/14 - Capt. Mike aboard!
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Soon I was saying good-bye to the Marvin D. Adam's Waterway.
In the distance, I saw something odd. A tree formation was covered with a silvery, glistening coating.
The magical island was like a winter wonderland in the middle of the Tropics.
If you look real close at the photo below, you might find a clue as to why this island is a winter wonderland.
Did you guess? Ladies and Gentleman, I give you BirdPoop Island, the most unlikely source of beauty. Apparently, this island is a favorite nesting place for birds and, well, I guess you can figure the rest of it out on your own.
We stopped the engine and listened to the birds for a bit before setting course for the open waters.
There is something about speeding in a small boat that feels like flying.