Bernard's Surf was an iconic restaurant known for its clientele of astronauts, media figures and other celebrities during the heyday of the space race. The demolition site has become a popular attraction for Space Coast residents eager to get one last glimpse of the storied landmark.
What appear to be rocks along Florida's east coast are actually living reefs built up over time by tiny marine bristle worms of the family Sabellariidae. The Sabellariid worms build protective tubes out of sand, ultimately forming large colonies that grow into mounding reefs. The reefs sometimes are exposed at low tide, creating tide pools and providing a habitat for a variety of other marine organisms. Please don't tread on the worms!