Hi! John and I are sea kayaking the 1515 mile Florida Circumnavigational Saltwater Paddling from the Alabama border to the Georgia state line in chunks over the next few years. We are also retired United States citizens, aka Expats, currently living in San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua. In the States, we are avid paddlers, river runners and hikers, living out of our pop-top camper. Wherever we are, we are adventurers, healthy and alive.
I'd been chronicling our adventures via my personal Facebook profile over the past several years but decided to post it in a more readable format as we began our Florida Circumnavigational Saltwater Paddle Trail trip. Thus this blog.
Miss Pink and Baby Blue are our beloved Romany Classic Sea Kayaks, which we spend a lot of time in while exploring this gorgeous blue planet.
But they are not our only mode of transportation and exploration. We also have two canoes. A Raft named Twister Oval. Three inflatable kayaks. Two Feathercraft kayaks (one single and a double) which are folding sea kayaks we've flown with to Baja Mexico several times and once to the Bahamas. Another single, hard-shelled touring sea kayak and two whitewater kayaks, although it's unlikely we'll be getting back into our whitewater kayaks any time soon. Oh, and two paddle boards. And until recently when we downsized, we had a gorgeous, beloved Whitewater Wooden Dory named Rio Blanco, and an infrequently-used double Necky sea kayak.
Did I mention we like boats? (And that we don't even have a home in the States anymore?)
And while not a boat, but definitely a major mode of transportation for us while in the States and Canada and Mexico, is our home on wheels; a six cylinder Toyota truck with pop top camper and a well-used plastic pee bucket.
I love to write. I love to take quick photos with my iPhone.
And I love to think about what you might find interesting to read and see as you travel along with us on our adventures, either to places you may never expect to experience or to places you already have booked on your calendar to visit and just want some boots-on-the-ground details.
Cheers! ~ Susana