Tuesday, November 14, 2006

Kayuba Sunday

Pure coincidence, the same Sunday that we planned for Devon's birthday celebration, our dive club Kayuba planned a dive and picnic at John Llloyd State Park. Cool. We'll go picnic, but we probably won't dive. The weather has been very poor and we're just driving in the night before ... etc ... etc. Well, the weather report for Sunday was perfect. How could we pass up the opportunity to go kayak diving? Hey Dick - do you have a couple full tanks we can borrow? The weather report was true. Here's the beach. The amazing part is that there actually *was* a beach. The last time we were there, the ocean began just past the sea grapes. Now it stretches almost 100 yards! There's been some major beach renourishment going on here. Erosion is still at work on the new beach though. Now, here's something you don't see every day. People snow-skiing on sand. This beach is just east of Port Everglades as well as Ft. Lauderdale/Hollywood International airport. Pretty dramatic sight. Let's go diving! If you don't know what I mean by kayak diving - this post is the best place to start. Make sure to click on the videos. We got 4 lobsters on Sunday. And Jim's going out again today. I have an appointment with an old client here in town to do some database work. Then, we'll head back to Peace River tonight.

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