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Indian River Paddle – August 11th 2019

What is one of the best ways to connect with your kid(s)? Get them involved with exploring nature!Lacey and Cassidy decided to try out paddle boarding as a great mother daughter hobby.

We had a lot of fun the them as we started with a relaxing paddle around a mangrove island and ended with some fun team building.

Check out the photos! Here are the edited and unedited photos from our trip. Enjoy!

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Indian River Paddle Tour – August 4, 2019

It was such a beautiful morning for a paddle. The day before the weather had been pretty stormy, but it looked like the clouds were going to stay away for at least this morning.

We had some first timers on our tour today, which is always our fave. We love getting people on the water and seeing how easy paddle boarding can be. So off we went for our 1.5 mile paddle. It was a bit hot, but we had a nice South wind to keep us cooler as we trekked along the East side of a mangrove island.

As we ended our tour we came across one of our favorite boats….. half sunken. We fear it was from the storms during the previous day. As I held back tears (I was very fond of this boat) we captured a few photos of everyone in front of the sinking “Lucky Buck” as we ended the tour.

Everyone had a great time and we all shared lots of smiles. Exactly how every morning should start. ??

Here are the photos – in no particular order.

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Bachelorette Paddle Tour – Part 2 – Leisa’s Photos – August 2, 2019

When you want to have fun with your best girlfriends the day before your wedding, going paddle boarding is such a great idea!

These girls were so much fun! Lots of smiles and laughter while we paddled the Indian River. We enjoyed nature as we took a relaxing glide down the waterway. We even got to see a dolphin!

Check out the photos! (in no particular order) ??

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Full Moon and Sunset Paddle – July 16th 2019

We enjoyed SUCH a beautiful sunset and full moon on this paddle. We started at the beach launch on the Northeastern corner of Sandsprit park, right next to the Coast Guard Auxiliary. This can be a tricky launch spot because you can go 3 different ways and they all have their complications.

This night we were headed East, to the first island off the park. In order to head to our destination we must go past a heavily used boat channel – which is not a no wake zone (meaning boats can go as fast as they please). It can be dangerous. The time frame of our paddle made it much easier tho, as not many boats are out in this area right around sunset.

We headed over to the island and “parked” our boards and kayaks. A few of us had brought coolers with drinks, of various kinds. ? We then hung out and explored the mini island while waiting for the sun to fully set and the moon to rise.

It was a perfect ending to the day. The only change I would make is to maybe remind people (even tho it was stated on the event page) that they might need bug spray. Noseeums are no joke. LOL

Enjoy the photos! They were contributed by our Team Zeke members: Rochelle, Annaliese and Leisa ❤?