Today we ventured to what we thought was an abandoned airstrip on Sugarloaf Key. The area surrounding the airstrip seemed like it could potentially be a worthy place to snorkel. When we arrived, we learned that the airstrip was still active and used for sky diving. We were told that we could not go down … Continue reading Sugarloaf Key
For the fifth day of class, we walked over a mile, one way, down a dirt road in Sugarloaf Key. We made a pit stop along the way to explore an ecology nursery system. At the end of the road, we came to a water canal, where we investigated the different water levels over the … Continue reading Sugarloaf Key & Bahia Honda Key
We stayed at the Sugarloaf Key KOA Campground. It was very nice. There was a laundry facility on site, a bar, gift shop, pool, free wifi (a little slow), a small beach area, and spacious trailers.