We saw some great and scary things from/on the pier. Within 5 minutes of being on the pier someone caught a sting ray!
But eventually, they had to put it back! Watch out for their tail. It can kill ya!
We spotted a very daring canoer. Lilah has been concerned about him since. Almost daily she asks, "I wonder if that canoe guy is okay and made it back to the sand!" I do too considering there were SHARKS in the water.
"SHARKS!!!!" -It's what everyone screams when they see one, even on the pier.
I had to capture this fisherman. Check out that hairy body! I like my man ONLY clean shaved, so this guy kinda skeeved me out.
The entire time we were on the pier, we spotted (2) 6' shark.
Another fisherman caught a flounder. The kids asked to "pet" it. Ewe!
On the way out, I looked below and found a man using a metal detector. This is something you rarely see anymore.
#truth (sorta... I loath sand, but as long as it's ONLY between my toes, I agree).
We probably could afford a small lesson on how to use a fishing pole, you know, in the event we are stranded on an island, from a boat wreckage, and our fishing poles just happened to remain with us. We'd like to eat while waiting to be rescued. Hehe.
We spent a good hour on the pier. Darren and I could have stayed another hour just waiting for bigger catches, but the kids were getting hot and needed a cold beverage.