Count me in!
I may have an extra yak if somebody needs one.
For being snow and icebound (I haven't seen grass since end of Nov.) this trip is highly anticipated; especially after the roan mountain hang! Just save me two trees
Well if you like paddling there is a kayak/canoe trail that weaves through some mangroves. I'm planning to paddle it myself during the time we are there.
Here is the link for Canaveral National Seashore: http://www.nps.gov/cana/index.htm
There are some interesting things to see. We are also bringing two kayak sails with us if anyone wants to give them a try on the open waters of Mosquito Bay. Here's the link to the what they are: http://www.windpaddle.com/
Last edited by Gumbo; 01-27-2011 at 17:20. Reason: added link for Kayak sails
I'll be going out on Thursday to scout the sites on Orange Island (campsites 1 & 2). I've heard that they have lots of shade, (which I take to mean plenty of trees) but want to check them myself.
I'll take a few pics and share my findings when I get back.
So for the mangrove paddle a short kayak would be best? Tell how long your recommend.
Here is the a map of the canoe trail: http://www.nbbd.com/godo/cns/Brochur...ing/index.html
Sea you there...
This trip sounds so fantastic, I'd almost be tempted to hop on a plane!
Have a great trip...
This sounds like a good trip! I'm waiting for my Black bird to get her in the mail,and I am itching to test it out. My mother lives in the cocoa beach area and I love kayaking and fishing the area. I'm not familiar with where the hang is going to be but would love to come and join y'all. I hung for the first time at the first annual FL hang and was hooked(or hung). It was an awesome experience. Hope I can make it, if there is room.