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Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Low Tide Fun

My camera is in sync with my computer now. yeah. pictures to share now! I love observing how the tide changes by the hour. At high tide the river is at least 2-3 feet or more on the wall. The difference is amazing. There is no "beach" at high tide. The rare opportunity we catch the water this low (lik eonly once before), the boys love getting muddy. They like jumping off the sea wall. They were so hoping for a wake made by a passing boat.Max has to get in on the action too. He wants to do anything Scott does. He was barking from above till Scott let him down. Yes, there is gators in the water, but none in sight from above. And no the boys weren't going in the water. I know, I know... but it was just too much fun.


Orlando Realtor said...

Love the photos....can I play?

Permission to Mother said...

Yes!! And next time I am going down into the mud!

Becky R said...

looks like fun. Yikes gators!

Permission to Mother said...

I stayed above on the sea wall this time to cover (be on guard for gators).

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