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It is psychologically harder for a person to destroy, drain, cutdown, or pollute needlessly if the natural world becomes "humanized" in the public's eyes. We can not force our point across. Rather, we are better served if we can show our numbers and stand together to promote the love, respect, preservation and repair of all remaining natural environments.

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Our planet has no way of standing up for its self. So who will?

No one better then kayakers to save the world.

This private social network connects those with passion for kayaking. It is designed to empower those who work to share kayaking with others. This network was created with the aim of connecting those on the front lines humanizing nature with those seeking a closer connection to nature. We are the ones with the power to wake society to the damage being done.

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Trip Log

Beat the heat of Summer

By now you’re good and hungry, and probably thirsty, too. Head into the fishing town of Apalachicola and take your pick of filling stations. You will soon realize that there is no bad seafood in this town. The next thing you will discover is the lack of high-rise condos filled with Northerners and the strong presence of good people who make their living fishing. I’ve always said, “A great town has more boats than cars, less churches than bars.”  In Apalachicola this holds true.
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It Doesn't Keep Yankees Away Anymore

Mosquito Lagoon -- so-named to keep Yankees away, and world renowned for its incredible Red-fishing. The lagoon has two major islands, Orange and Shipyard, and hundreds of smaller islets. Camping is allowed on six of the man-made, “spoil” islands and on five of the natural islands. Reservations can be made up to seven days in advance by calling 904.701.3272
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   Deep in the soul of the southern Appalachians lies the land of the Cherokee, the land where gold was first discovered in the United States, the land were Moonshiners battled the Revenuers and a land where the people are as rugged and beautiful as the mountains they call home.

 In the middle of almost a million acres of protected public lands lies the Great Smokey Mountains…

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Travel anywhere in the world were there are sea kayakers and ask them about the best spot in the United States to slide a boat in, most every time they will say the Everglades. The 99 mile wilderness waterway snakes its way through mangrove tunnels, tidal effected rivers, and across huge expansive bays as it makes it’s way from Flamingo to Everglades City. Part of the draw is the names of places are just…

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Paddle your kids

 As a dad and a guide, I’m always being asked by other parents when is the best time to start taking their children paddling. My answer is always the same, “On the way home from the hospital is the perfect time!”  In all seriousness, if you are an experienced paddler, the sooner the better. If you wait too long something else will capture their interests. Heaven forbid your child prefers television, computers, or video games to the great outdoors! In fact, have your wife load the canoe on…

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Glowing Bodies

Nothing kills romance like being in a rut. So, if you've met the person of your dreams, or would like to re-ignite an old flame, you may want to dispose of the standard date fare and go for something extraordinary, or at least different. Even if you're happily married, you and your spouse might be at the point where a trip to the movies seems adventurous. Maybe all you need is a change of perspective, a chance to get out and do something unique or even a little daredevil.

   If your…

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The Amazing Okefenokee

The Okefenokee Swamp is one of those incredible places that paddlers see on a map, hear about around campfires, and eagerly await the opportunity explore its interior. The best time to visit the park is from late October through March. Bugs are down, daytime temperatures are perfect, there’s less chance of rain, and the wildlife is abundant. The park service limits paddling options to 12 different trails,…

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The lesser known Spruce Creek

   I first heard about Spruce Creek in hushed tones amongst a group of old time anglers. They called it a red fish heaven, packed with copper giants, hidden from the throngs of flat boats in nearby Mosquito Lagoon. The second time I heard about the creek was again in hushed tones. This time it was a group of canoers ranting about the sheer beauty of the ever-changing stream. I knew the time had come for me to pay my…

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Top 10 Paddle Crafts

Paddling simply as a past time is not giving credit where it is due. White water kayaking gets lots of glory already. Let’s go deeper. Paddling is a craft where one must adapt or design a plan to fit the demands of the intended environment. To become a true kayaking aficionado, consider trying all of these different types of canoeing and kayaking activities:

  • Flatwater recreation –…
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Florida's Dry Tortugas

The great thing about kayaking, is that it can introduce you to special places in a way that no other sport can. Paddling gets you down low, close to the earth, and forces you away from the normal view of things. It also takes you away from the smells and sounds of other people, their highways, sidewalks, and their electronic noisemakers.

Florida’s D…

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greg pflug’s blog post was featured
Summer is here, the kids are out of school, and finding shade and staying cool are the major activities of the day. A canoe or camping trip to Maine or Minnesota would be great. However, most of us can’t afford that much money or time. The Florida S…
Jul 16
greg pflug’s blog post was featured
Summer is here, the kids are out of school, and finding shade and staying cool are the major activities of the day. A canoe or camping trip to Maine or Minnesota would be great. However, most of us can’t afford that much money or time. The Florida S…
Jul 16
Ben Son shared their blog post on Facebook
Jul 16
Ben Son promoted Ben Son's blog post National Scenic River
Jul 16
Ben Son’s blog post was featured
 If you plan on going out to Mosquito Lagoon, besure to have a plan B incase your GPS doesn't get enough signal. With thousands of Mangrove Mazes inside Mangrove Mazes. It is easy to get turned around. If this is your first time out, even if you are…
Jul 16
Ben Son promoted Ben Son's blog post It Doesn't Keep Yankees Away Anymore
Jul 16
Ben Son’s blog post was featured
 If you plan on going out to Mosquito Lagoon, besure to have a plan B incase your GPS doesn't get enough signal. With thousands of Mangrove Mazes inside Mangrove Mazes. It is easy to get turned around. If this is your first time out, even if you are…
Jul 16
Ben Son’s blog post was featured
 If you plan on going out to Mosquito Lagoon, besure to have a plan B incase your GPS doesn't get enough signal. With thousands of Mangrove Mazes inside Mangrove Mazes. It is easy to get turned around. If this is your first time out, even if you are…
Jul 16
Ben Son left a comment on What's on your mind?
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Jul 16
Gary smith shared a profile on Facebook
Jul 8
greg pflug’s blog post was featured
   Deep in the soul of the southern Appalachians lies the land of the Cherokee, the land where gold was first discovered in the United States, the land were Moonshiners battled the Revenuers and a land where the people are as rugged and beautiful as…
Jul 7
greg pflug’s blog post was featured
Travel anywhere in the world were there are sea kayakers and ask them about the best spot in the United States to slide a boat in, most every time they will say the Everglades. The 99 mile wilderness waterway snakes its way through mangrove tunnels,…
Jul 7
Ben Son promoted Ben Son's blog post Little Manatee River: Hwy 579 to L.M. State Park
Jul 7
greg pflug’s blog post was featured
Summer is here, the kids are out of school, and finding shade and staying cool are the major activities of the day. A canoe or camping trip to Maine or Minnesota would be great. However, most of us can’t afford that much money or time. The Florida S…
Jul 7
Ben Son’s blog post was featured
 If you plan on going out to Mosquito Lagoon, besure to have a plan B incase your GPS doesn't get enough signal. With thousands of Mangrove Mazes inside Mangrove Mazes. It is easy to get turned around. If this is your first time out, even if you are…
Jul 7
greg pflug’s blog post was featured
 As a dad and a guide, I’m always being asked by other parents when is the best time to start taking their children paddling. My answer is always the same, “On the way home from the hospital is the perfect time!”  In all seriousness, if you are an e…
Jul 7
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