Since Blue Turtle is still on the hard, Randy, Corey and I got to launch our kayaks out of Week’s Fish Camp again. This time, we had some very windy weather so we couldn’t cross the bay to Lover’s Key, so we decided to paddle south and stay along the mangroves for protection. I was lucky enough to come along a Tricolored Heron who was patient and trusting enough to let me shoot roughly 150 photos of it. I had my anchor and would pull it up and re-anchor to get a better view or a different angle. There were, of course, the usual suspects of birds within the boat launch (a Great Egret, Blue Heron and Snow Egret). Corey was equally lucky catching bait fish in his cast net and scoring a Spotted Sea Trout.
About Kim Kalisik
Kim is a professional graphic designer and web designer who resides in sunny Southwest Florida. Kim, her husband, son, and dachshund have been living aboard their 40' DeFever Passagemaker trawler for over 8 years. When not blogging at blueturtletrawler.com about living aboard, she is creating quirky and fun dachshund-related designs at delightfuldachshundgifts.com
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