Finish up about 4:00 or 5:00 pm (that's the 15.0 mile run with an extra hour to sight-see in the springs)
Go eat Dinner (for those interested)
I'm not affiliated with the Sante Fe Canoe Outpost, it's just the one we used when I participated in the 2004 Plant Fest that Tom Barr put together. I really enjoyed this portion of our expeditions. Here's a pic of us out on the water. That's me on the far right
It's $25 a person to rent a canoe. I'm really hoping to get 6-12 people together if there's enough interest. I spoke with them today and they said leaving at 11:00 am would give us enough time to really enjoy the trip. I'd recommend bringing some sunscreen, food/drink in a cooler and any snorkeling/collecting equipment you think would be helpful.
I'll be driving up from the Orlando area that morning, so it may be a possibility to carpool if you're close.
Please post here if you're interested so others are aware of how much interest there is.
I had talked to them about the water level. It sounds like it's higher this year, but it should be down enough to enjoy everything but still be able to swim. I'm excited about it. I'll be taking my snorkeling gear.
Yeah, I am married and happy. The last thing I want to do is go on a canoe with my wife. Nothing breaks up a happy marriage faster than a canoe trip. Well, maybe not as fast as finding one in bed with three strippers and a midget.