One month ago, I presented a video walk-through of The Retreat at Twin Lakes from George Zimmerman's perspective -- from the moment he stepped out of his vehicle to the time he says he was punched in the face by Trayvon Martin.
This is part two of that video. It explores the fateful night of February 26 from Trayvon's point of view. How accurate is it? I don't know, but it should help you to better understand the area and the path the young man may have taken.
I received several e-mails from people; each with their unique requests for footage. I wish I could have accommodated you all, but I couldn't. What I can tell you is that, as of today, two fences are erected along the northwest side of the complex, running south from Oregon Avenue and parallel to the western edge that keep people from entering the way Trayvon allegedly did as described by Zimmerman. There is a locked pedestrian entry alongside the main gate, so there is no reason to access the Retreat from anywhere else, other than the southeast gate. Also, clubhouse parking is restricted to tenants that are using the facility at the time, including the community pool. There is a street sign at the intersection of Retreat View Circle and Twin Trees Lane upon entering from the north, off Oregon Avenue. It is located atop the stop sign on the same corner as the clubhouse. Look for it in the video. It's interesting to note that Zimmerman could not remember the name of the street, Twin Trees, nor did he notice those signs.
If you have any questions or thoughts, please add them in comments and I will do my best to respond. I hope you enjoy the music...