OK, you’re probably saying about now “What the heck is a Buoy tree?” In this case it’s rather simple, a tree native to the Florida Keys decorated with dozens of strands of fishing buoys… and it wasn’t even Christmas! This year-round decor doesn’t look half bad and seamlessly fits its surroundings. OK, so maybe it’s not Florida’s only buoy tree… but it is the ONLY Buoy Tree here! 🙂
We found this oddity of a tree while dining outside in the beautiful Florida sunshine for about 4 minutes till we began sweating profusely in the shade. We then admired it from the confines of our air-conditioned table while enjoying a cold beer and stuffed olive appetizers.
You can find this uniquely decorated ‘Buoy Tree’ and many other tourist photo-ops including feeding live wild tarpon located in the Sundowner Complex at Mile Marker 104 in Key Largo bayside.