Our trip took us 5 miles down the
coast to deserted Key Wadin Island. They must have named it that
because you can easily "wade in". It was there that one of
the ladies I was with discovered shells, and I mean, lots of
Back to the boat we loaded,
not one, but three bags of shells, to be used to supplement our income, I am
sure, in some way or another.
our way back from this exciting, (yawn) voyage, the Captain exclaims,
"we should be seeing some dolphins soon". And as if on cue, Flipper
shows up. What a delight!
we cast off the key, and headed out to sea. Well, it wasn't exactly out
to sea, as we could easily have swum ashore at any point, but the intent
was there to sail. So back up the coast we struggled, making about 5
mph, and did I mention, it was hot?
By now our
stomachs were growling for lunch, and after docking, we headed to the local
restaurant on the Wharf. Out of respect for Flipper.... I ordered sushi.
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