Sunday, July 13, 2014

Sunday Morning Trip To Dog Island

We had a great morning and managed to get to Dog Island and back before the heat became too much. Today marks the day when I first saw more paddleboarders on the lake than I could count. Our group was 5, but there were larger groups out on the water. Alex had her first experience on the board today and she took to it like she was born in the water.

We mixed it up with paddleboards and kayaks and that turned out to be a good thing for someone to switch off if their legs got tired or they just wanted to use some different muscles.
The wind was light and there weren't too many ski boats out yet, so we were able to take our time and see the sights along the way.
Dog Island was quite popular this morning and we also got to say Hi to some friendly dogs that went boating with their owners.
All in all, the day was enjoyable for all of us. Next time, drinks and snacks!

Friday, July 11, 2014

A Sunday Special!

I'm trying out something new this weekend. I will take out two people for a two hour excursion through the Winter Park chain of lakes. We will leave at 7am to beat the boat traffic and will enjoy the peaceful canals and stop for a snack on Dog Island. All of this for $100 for two people. I'm trying out my new ability to use Square payments online, so Pay here to get the special price and then we will get together on the launching point and how far you want to go. I'm really looking forward to showing you this really cool nature spot...Just click on the image below to reserve the tour for you and a guest.
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Wednesday, July 2, 2014

Back To Reality

Well, we have a tropical storm brewing off the coast, all kinds of wind and plenty of reasons to think that this 4th of July will not be spent on the water, but I think we will find a way. Less than two weeks ago, I was out in this water near the Sunglow pier in South Daytona Beach, FL, surrounded by dolphins and beautiful light green water. It's a short work week and somehow I think I will be soon finding my way back to that reality...