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04 February 2009

Mystery solved

Again, y'all were on the right track. We spotted this at the marina near Oaks on the Bay Park in Panama City. Apparently, it is about to become part of Florida's artificial reef program. I googled till I got goo-goo-googley eyes, but couldn't find any specific information concerning this ship or FAMI. Anyhow, I thought it was a pretty cool sighting and snapped off numerous shots of it and its surroundings. 8-]



After fighting Picasa all morning, I didn't notice, once I finally got the stupid collage done, that it cut off parts of some pics. If y'all are interested, the whole pics can be seen here. Bon voyage.

3 comments:

Floridacracker said...

I knew it was a rustbucket, but didn't make the reef connection.

Graceanne Grateful said...

That is really cool, Sophie. Gee whiz, - can't believe I guessed it nearly right for a change. Guess I lived in Florida long enough to see a few around here and there.
Great pictures too, hon.
Have a wonderful weekend in Jesus our Lord.
Graceanne :)

Mike said...

I just saw your blog, cool site. Anyway, I think I found your FAMI, info, Florida Aquatic & Marine Institute.

Here's the site:
http://web.mac.com/rugged6769/Gulfreefs.org/Home.html

Keep up the great blog.