Yesterday, a brief hike to Sewall's Point was nothing out of the ordinary for the region, across the bridge over the St. Lucie River.
Some kind of animal feces was observed on the walkway, south side. Browsing through shops in the plaza revealed the same clothing stock made available as seen during the previous shopping expedition. The return walk on the north side of the bridge showed a sailboat moving southward and a motorboat 'waterboarding' in the river waters. The bridge roadway wall has separated near its exit/entry at St. Lucie Boulevard, with metal rods exposed within concrete, and champagne-colored glass lay scattered on the sidewalk nearby.
Earlier in the day, a walk to the corner of Monterey Road and SE Ocean Boulevard was made to take photos of a uniquely-designed building signposted posted 'For Sale' that formerly housed a Keller and associates business -- a white man on a big bicycle almost hit me on the sidewalk as I walked past Martin Memorial medical mall.
The shelves of Dollar General store included many plastic jars of chunky peanut butter facing one aisle. The receipt has an entry code to win a trip to the Indy 500 in May, because one purchase was a Frito-Lay product (yep, another contest).