We had a fabulous day! Martin was the photographer extraordinaire! The kids had a ball. Thanks to Nikki for organizing and Oasis who donated everything but the tips!
Lots of happy smiles peeking out the windows of our blue bus. We are all ready for a grand day and of course adventure. The first adventure was a flat tire on the way to North Creek! But we managed to arrive right side up and happy.
The S on this happy campers jacket stands for speed! An athlete in the making.
Captain Mark watching as the first kayaks cross the creek to the mangroves. The point of the lesson is to go in a straight line!
Captain Mark addresses the group and teaches us all about mangroves. Crossing the creek was successful. Only one of the kids had kayaked before and we were almost pros already. The boats were quite stable and the weather fabulous.
Anupside down jelly fish! Want to hold one? The funniest event of the day was when Tanya, eager to hold a jelly fish, let go dropping it onto the floor of our kayak! Ugh! Sting or no sting, not something you want in your boat. Our very kind guide removed it!
Time to paddle back to the dock, and on the way back a big boat came by and made us a big wave! We arrived right side up, no problem! Ya, Mon, thanks to Captain Mark and his crew, we were well trained.
A Huge thank you to Oasis divers who donated the excellent boat, fabulous Captain and guides, and the wonderful Blue bus that brought us back home both safe and happy to the museum!