This is a beautifully detailed, laser engraved and precision cut topographical map of Estero Island, Florida with the following interesting stats carved into it:
- Inflow: Caloosahatchee River
- Outflow: Gulf of Mexico
- Gulf’s Surface Area: 600,000 sq mi
- Gul’s Width: 932 miles
- Shore Length: 1,680 miles
- Gulf’s Depth: 12,000 feet
- River’s Length: 67 miles
- River’s Surface Area: 24 sq mi
- River’s Avg. Depth: 14 feet
Interesting factoid: Estero Island is an island located in Lee County, Florida, on the Gulf coast of Southwest Florida. It is bordered by San Carlos Island to the north and Big Carlos Pass to the south. The Matanzas Pass Bridge is on the northern end of the island and connects Estero Island over Matazanas Pass to San Carlos Island. The Big Carlos Bridge (part of the Bonita Beach Causeway) connects the southern end of the island to Black Island (the northern limit of the city of Bonita Springs).
(Not all of this information made it onto the map, we just love to read up on the lakes we design).
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