|Copper plates are every .1 mile depicting scenes of the area.|
Maybe a fisherman was collecting from his traps. (I'm from the North, don't know much about fishing.) Lots of pelicans were around him and the area after he left.
We had lunch on the Ocean Spring beach. What beautiful white sands. We stopped at the Visitors Center in Ocean Spring and the bank. We needed more $10 and singles to pay the $11 camp fee. I thought we'd do more "in town" but after our Bridge hike that really was more like 4 miles from point to point (parking lot). We headed back to the campground.
Laura, a Roadtrekker and Carley who travels in a Chinook were at the same campground. They had been at the Gautier get together. They joined us for a campfire. A restful and soothing way to end the day, soft chatter and gazing into the flames. We will sleep good.