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From an Illinois Family We really enjoyed it, thanks again for taking the time to do the tour. I have been to the Navarre a couple times, but I really enjoyed getting to learn about the permanent inhabitants of the area. The dolphin sighting was an added bonus! Hopefully I can snorkel out by the reef next time we are down there, the water was a little too rough yesterday. We just made it back to IL but we are already talking about coming back! Thanks again,  

We had a group of Boy Scouts go out on our Kayak Eco-Tour the other Thursday. We had 29 scouts and leaders and did 3 tours with the guys. Started at 6:30 AM and finished at 4:30 PM. Kevin Maye, our main fishing and eco-tour guide, did the first and third Eco-Tour and I did the second. All the guys were great and seemed to have a good time. In addition to the sights and sounds of Santa Rosa Sound’s ecosystems, tidal ponds, secondary dune systems and shore birds, we had fun doing Kayak Watermelon Relays and then ate the watermelon!                     See ya on the water, KayakDave

From a post I made on http://navarrebeachlife.com/forum An email after one of our Kayak Ecotours mfhurst wrote: You don’t know how great it is until you go somewhere else and it’s so busy and just not relaxing. Ready to Relax and be lazy on the beach……… You’ve got that right ! For a few years I had to move from Navarre to find work, I used to take my son to many fine places on vacation, but it was always better to go to the beach in Navarre and “relax”. After you have been lazy on the beach for a few days, maybe you would like to spend some time “relaxing” in a kayak. I know many people equate kayaking with a high energy output activity. But that is because most people visualize whitewater river kayaking, but seakayaking is very different. You can expend as much energy as you want,…

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After a beautiful sunset, 4 friends and I headed west to our usual sand spit to watch the moon.  Within 10 minutes a thick wet fog descended on us. It was so thick we could only tell by the breeze which way we were going. After 15 minutes of this, we headed to the shoreline to regroup.  As we landed, we found we had only gone about 3/4 miles! We had some refreshments and “regrouped” for about 45 min.  We did see, for a short time, the moon trying to shine through the fog.  The fog never lifted, so we followed the shoreline back to our launch site. One of the great things about kayaking is you never know what the trip might bring, Be Prepared and Have Fun! Our next full moon paddle will be Thursday March 17, depending on weather conditions . Come join us and see what…

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