We made a visit to St. Mark’s Wildlife Refuge on Sunday. The first real cold front of the season had come through and it was cold and windy, with temperatures in the upper 40’s.
We know that a stiff north wind can blow the water out from shore and we saw the St. Mark’s River was way low, but we were surprised to see the mud flats back in the first pool on the east side.
This was the same place where I took B’s picture in mid-August when a storm was rolling in.
I will say it was windier that day.
It made us wonder if perhaps the dike that holds the water in had broken again.