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Friday, August 5, 2016

Lower Wekiva River (from Katie's Landings)

And it was happyyyyyyyyy....

Back to the water...back to the kayak...the gator was happy as I was...

Not really. Gators open their mouth as a cooling technique so it was not happy to see me in the river again but I was really happy to be able to kayak again. This was a short one, two hours total, as did not want to stress my elbow. Not completely healed yet. Good news it did not hurt at all during the paddle. Bad was a little sore this morning. Ahhhh...who cares. Let us go to the pics from this trip starting with pics from the lagoon area in front of Katie's Landings...

Little Blue Heron


Tri-Colored Heron (juvenile)

Belted Kingfisher

Tri-Colored Heron (adult)

Tri-Colored Heron

Kept paddling through the West side of the island near Katie's Landings. It is more wild and peaceful. Looks like someone cut lots of fallen trees. It looked very wide.

Green Heron

Green Heron....caption the pic

Great Blue Heron

Little Blue Heron

Did paddle all the way to the high ground area that it is used as a campsite, which is illegal. That does not stop people from using. Did turn around immediately. Usually I would take a break at the high ground but not this time. The following pics are from my trip up river.

Red Shouldered Hawk (juvenile)

Small gator enjoys the Sun

Mid Sized Gator


Swallow Tailed Kite

Swallow Tailed Kite

Swallow Tailed Kite

Swallow Tailed Kite

This is it for this one. I do not know if you missed my posts but I did really miss kayaking. Thanks for coming and hope you come back soon. We will be sharing the Views From Our Kayak...


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