-- Last Updated: Jan-22-13 6:19 AM EST --
I noticed on the discussion forum that someone was selling a paddling guide that they just finished for $39.
If anyone is heading to Florida, you might want to check out our freebie google on line guide.
It has been many years in the making, and rather then try to profit from it, we just want to share it with fellow paddlers.
It not only has the Keys and Everglades, but most of the Spring runs
First Need Purifier
Pull-Up Strap Handle Kit
Rescue / Throw Bags
Canoe / Kayak Anchors
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Posted by: kayamedic on Jan-18-13 7:32 AM (EST)
and headed down. Maybe you always don't get what you paid for. Jack's guide is extensive and detailed and will save us time searching for launches and routes.
Posted by: shiraz627 on Jan-18-13 7:43 AM (EST)
Very nice job!
Thanks Jack !!|
Posted by: randy_morgart on Jan-18-13 9:44 AM (EST)
I'll add it to my library along with your Alaska trip report, I know it was a big help.
Posted by: gingernc on Jan-18-13 9:54 AM (EST)
Nice Work Jack!|
Posted by: FrankNC on Jan-18-13 10:15 AM (EST)
Thanks for sharing!
Posted by: krash on Jan-18-13 10:40 AM (EST)
Very nice guide.... thanks for posting
Posted by: dc9mm on Jan-18-13 11:48 PM (EST)
Posted by: rusty125 on Jan-19-13 12:07 AM (EST)
I believe he is using degrees & minutes, but he put in a dash instead of a decimal.
Posted by: Jackl on Jan-19-13 5:53 AM (EST)
It is simply: degree-minutes-seconds.
Posted by: dc9mm on Jan-19-13 11:22 AM (EST)
Ok now I got it. Thanks for the help on how to convert it. I new it was degree minute seconds just not sure how to get either google earth or mt garmin to understand what was there.
It just so happens...|
Posted by: spiritboat on Jan-19-13 11:46 AM (EST)
That I will be headed down to Key West to stay with friends on their moored sailboat this winter. But there will be days when I'll need to strike off on my own with kayak. And since I've visited the Keys only once before, and my knowledge therein rather limited, your guide is most appreciated. (It is also very refreshing that there is no charge, as in, "If it's free, it's me!")
If you see any of those trips |
Posted by: Jackl on Jan-19-13 4:48 PM (EST)
near Key West or any others that interest you, let me know and "The bride" will e-mail you a mini chart that goes with them.
Posted by: ScupperFrank on Jan-22-13 3:59 PM (EST)
The guy's still alive & kickin'!! (Boy is he ever!)
Posted by: spiritboat on Jan-29-13 10:25 AM (EST)
Well yes, maybe not what I originally meant to say--(Never been much on that thar Academia lingo.) But I do believe the title has also been bestowed on so-called "living legends." Albeit, even if they are somewhat...er, inactive. (But clearly, this designation does NOT apply to the very active Jack and his bride. So let me make any mea culpas(more latin crap)apologies, etc., and simply change my nomination to "National Treasure of P.net."
What a dude you are!|
Posted by: kayakboy on Jan-19-13 12:11 PM (EST)
Very nice and very thoughtful.
Posted by: tjalmy on Jan-19-13 8:05 PM (EST)
Thanks so much for sharing this! It's an amazing work.
Thanks, Doug for the heads up on....|
Posted by: Jackl on Jan-22-13 6:21 AM (EST)
Great site and info |
Posted by: ricknriver on Jan-22-13 12:03 PM (EST)
Headed to central FL in March. Many thanks, Rick
Posted by: NeilK on Jan-23-13 8:08 PM (EST)
Thank you, it brilliant
well done jack|
Posted by: davemcadoo on Jan-25-13 2:47 PM (EST)
My lovely wife and I will be in ocala with family feb20 for 3 weeks. Thank you for the excellent guide!
I had your website biz card laminated|
Posted by: RedCrossRandy on Jan-28-13 12:02 PM (EST)
Expect a crowd, of people and....|
Posted by: Jackl on Jan-28-13 1:31 PM (EST)