Dave's Yak Tales

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Monday, December 15, 2014

Sanibel Day 3

Monday morning. Launched from the Causeway at 9:15

 Woodring Point.  My destination, Tarpon Bay, beyond the Point. Saw a dolphin as I paddled across.
 A lot going on with this channel marker.


Great Calusa Blueway  marker

The last of old time Sanibel


Rookery islands





 A pair of dolphins competed with a pair of humans for fish

 I tried to time my arrival at Commodore Creek between groups coming from the Tarpon Bay rental concession





The trail was pretty busy for a Monday, but I was able to avoid any people in my photos.

 Cormorant lunch







 Lunch stop

 On my way again

Max zoom, above. Still a long way to go. 22 minute to the next photo.

Landed shortly after 2.
 Me, not the pelican

Back to SIBC


 The gang went for a boat ride.

We were headed to Pine Island.  Our captain said the channel is a good place for dolphins.  I knew that. http://davesyaktales.blogspot.com/2011/01/pine-island-day-2.html

 The Yak Tales dolphins were on the west side of Pine Island.  Today we motored on the east side.



I got one good video.  Karen B. got several


The day ended with games and an appetizer spread at Chris A's condo.  I had a slice of Indian Head Country.  Door County was gone.

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