riverdog wrote:Way to go Rick! Big honk from the Riverdog horn. My son & I living on the coast of Florida have always loved & stood up for sea & river life. We also have protected sea turtle nests. We often experience seeing dolphin in the wild. My brother Jim is doing a swim across the St. John's River Sunday the 17th in helping to raise awareness for the St. John's River Keeper to maintain a healthy river. He is the first to do so and is getting wide news coverage. This river is brackesh and dolphin swim 30 to 60 miles in from the ocean to feed on the mullett and such. I often can look out my window in the summer and early fall months and see dolphin pods feeding in the river! I have fished in the intracoastal waters and had them next to my boat as well. In fact I did a Youtube Video in support of tomorrows event on my brother Jim's website jumpingfish.com...The song is an original called St. John that I also did on my YTC in the 3rd episode. (Greypicker is familiar with this tune )...So bro while we can't stand beside you there, we are with you here doing what we can for our sea and river life. Btw I just got back from the USVI/West Indies and I took "Ava" my Avalon S201 and featured her in 3 videos I recorded from my cabin off the coast there. My son and I saw some beautiful sealife while helmet diving in St. Thomas... So we are getting Avalon out there & everywhere we can!
PS Rick & John, there is a little surprise for you both at the end of my first video. It will post in about two weeks so stay tuned!
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