N 28 degrees 41.470 W -081 degrees 54.200
We walked around the park and then went to see the second oldest Live Oak Tree in Florida. It is somewhere between 300 and 500 years old. It was so big, I thought I should try to climb, but I failed. Lucky Mom caught it on her camera. You can see me thinking about it standing with Dad, and then I took a really big leap. The embarrassing photo would have been the third, catching me falling over. Thankful that one was missed.
Now we have to find where the oldest Live Oak tree is and visit.