Recent travels took me to the wonderfully weird world that is Florida. I stumbled into the Jonathan Dickinson State Park, an 11,500 acre park that was once home to Camp Murphy, a top-secret radar training school, of all things. It was deactivated in 1944, but some building structures remain amid the sand pine scrub, rare and endangered species and other wildlife. I spent a couple days there. It was like a sculpture garden - both natural and man-made.