One of our favorite activities is to walk the path around Prosperity Point. The Association has done a great job maintaining the path with fresh plantings. The views of the marina, the mangroves, the boats, and birds are always changing. And, we often see manatees and, if we’re lucky, dolphins! Of course, everyone you pass says “hello” and lets you pet their dog (lots of dogs here!). After dinner, we try to do three or four loops to get our exercise. And, thanks to BSM’s remote location, the stars are amazing, and we usually see one or two falling stars each trip. The loop is about 1.2 miles, so it’s a great way to get your exercise.
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