We came to Mormon Key from Rabbit Key a trip of 14 km (9 miles). Across the bay on the north side there was an island, we had lunch there while we waited to let the wind subside. Ward, being only is third time on a kayak, did not like the size of the waves. They were about three to four feet high. I was also worried a little bit. After we finished eating our chili with rice. Ward sugested to try the waves, if we were not confortable we could always turn back. After, I went a few meters, I realised that the Kayak was quite stable. I just had to be careful about not being hit sideways by a wave. I almost had an heart attack when a dolphing jumped out of nowhere and dove underneath my kayak. It looked like a scene of National Geographic.
Sunset at MOrmon Key, Gulf of Mexico
Sunset going down on The Ten Thousand Islands, Florida
Mormon Key, main camping site
My friend Ward Antoniuk standing at Mormon Key
Our loaded kayak
North West corner of Mormon Key
Another picture of Mormon Key near the mouth of the Chatham River
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