~Oops, ran aground~

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out for a boat ride

brothers share a day of fun

reminisce old times

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Howard and Bob getting the boat ready for a ride.

Howard and Bob getting the boat ready for a ride.

Looking down the canal (from Bob’s dock) that leads to the Intra-Coastal Waterway that then leads to the Atlantic Ocean.

Looking down the canal (from Bob's dock) that leads to the Intra-Coastal Waterway that then leads to the Atlantic Ocean

Another view of the boat and canal.

Another view of the boat and canal.

View of the Mangroves that grow along the waterways. Penalty of law to disturb these plants!

View of the Mangroves that grow along the waterways. Penalty of law to disturb these plants!

Typical view of an Osprey nest along the shoreline.

Typical view of an Osprey nest along the shoreline.
See the Osprey?

Howard driving!

Howard driving!
Brothers

Making Waves

Making Waves
Back end view!

Sticking our nose out into the Atlantic.

Sticking our nose out into the Atlantic.
Beautiful blue colors

Oops, ran aground! Thank goodness Howard wasn’t driving!

Oops, ran aground.
Howard getting his feet wet. He said it was cold!

Push!!

Push!!
Bob and Howard

Enjoy every minute and everything nature has to offer!

Evening Sunlight
Evening Sunlight

6 thoughts on “~Oops, ran aground~”

    1. Hi Ingrid! It is always fun to go out on BIL boat! We don’t venture out into the ocean much, but running down toward West Palm and up toward Port Saint Lucy is a lot of fun! Trying to capture flying birds is always a fun challenge!

      I hope you are enjoying your days!!

  1. What a beautiful canal ! I love boating …and the sites you can see. Not the same as riding in the car or walking. Isn’t it great the brothers have this time to spend together? What fun!

    1. It would be great fun to Kayak this waterway! There are numerous Osprey, Pelicans, Herons, Wood-Storks and many other species to observe. I also think it is great for Howard and his brother to share some time together!

  2. I remember a time or two years ago during our speedboat days of getting grounded by a sandbar. Looks like you had fun even with the little mishap. 🙂

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