One of our visitors was in the Marines and was stationed here in 1958 so it's been very interesting to talk to him. He can't believe how many weeds have grown here, since back then they either kept up the grounds or had buildings and cement everywhere. He also said his favorite snorkel spot was off of the south beach, which is closed for the seals now.
Here are pictures of the harbor buildings near the finger piers. This is the old harbor office.
This is a view of some of the junk that's left in this building. Most of the buildings have at least some junk, and some have a lot. Some of it is useful, but most isn't.
This building was where the old contractor had their scuba office. We just use it to store life jackets for the boats.
There still is a hyberbaric chamber in the back of that building. It needs some work but is probably fixable.
While I was taking the building pictures, I saw this frigate bird sunning itself on a branch.