Those who've followed SDP for awhile know that every March I head down to Miami to watch a professional tennis tournament on Key Biscayne. This was the 11th straight year I made the trip -- so much fun! The tournament has gone through some name changes over the past few years and now it's called the Miami Open. Whatever it's been called, every year, I've seen lots of great tennis and experienced close encounters with top tennis players. One thing I've never seen is this: an iguana clinging to a practice court fence! (Yes, it's real!) Look at the length of that tail! Lots of us were keeping a watchful eye on this unexpected spectator. Even Roger Federer posted on social media about encountering it! Iguanas are not indigenous to the South Florida area, but they've become increasingly prevalent over the years. Now, somewhat surprisingly, they've made their way to the tennis park on Key Biscayne. Welcome to Miami!