A Trip B4 The Trip

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAWe headed out early. This is our super-surf sled. It has no name, only 350,000 miles on it. It’s rusty and ready for the beach.OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAWe stopped for breakfast and Desiree was our server. I just had to get a picture. She has an exotic look about her. I wonder~what is her story?OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAThen we drove south to  Matanzas Inlet OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAWe spent the day, teaching little girls to surf.OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAIt was a perfect day for them to learn.OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA I use to always watch folks grab a board and charge to catch their first wave during a hurricane. I hope people aren’t doing that anymore.OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAWe all had a blast.OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAThen we had to tear ourselves away from this beach and head back to our own.

Another great day ~

I’m in a holding pattern. Waiting to go to Nicaragua.

The Future






A few years back, upon getting out of the water, at Huguenot Park, Florida, I overheard a guy in the parking lot say, as a joke, but with a bit of  sadness in his voice, “I thought that Gidget was just a myth”.

There are more and more women in the water.

This is the future.