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... over to Parrot Bay with hiking poles and spotting scope in the basket. The hiking poles help stabilize me as we manuever over roots, rocks, and holes that might trip me up. It is such a lovely place and you just have to be careful!
The first part of the manglar is dry. Mark said this is because it is so dry right now and there is no groundwater to keep the area moist when the tides go out. First thing we saw was a young ...
... staying out of sight. Got to where there was a tree down in the water and we could go no further and turned around and headed back. There was a great blue heron in the treetops and a group of ruddy turnstones that sat still long enough for me to get a good enough picture to be able to ID them. There was a wind cutting across us but we made it in just fine.
When we got back one of the workers helped bring the boats back up and ...
... of the hard parts is actually bringing the board out to where you can surf. The waves are quite ******* the body and it takes a lot of endurance to get out to the waves. Your balance also has to be good to get on the board properly and then stand.
Once my surf board lesson was over, Joanne and I headed back to the cottage.
At the cottage, we noticed that the people who stayed at the big cabin below us had already left. That was good news for us since ...
... the end, and that we had to cross it. Easy right?
In one corner, a three foot tall river, running about 6 MPH into the Pacific Ocean: El Rio Madrugada.
In the other corner, standing at 5"1', weighing 105 lbs. Chelsi "Don't Call me Small Fry" Price.
I'll let you guess who won.
Long story short, I almost fell, AND dropped my camera into the river. The pictures that I ...
... and growing food I volunteered for the Friday night harvest meal. Christie and I spent the afternoon getting dirty in the rain, picking vibrant fruits & veggies and flavourful herbs & spices. Chopping the leaves, shaving the spices and digging up the roots yourself provides a much different perspective for cooking and a greater connection to the food we eat. With the help of masterchef Rach and baker Blake I whipped up a succulent hibiscus, jicama, mustard green ...
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