Often I am asked “why take a class” when retailers, people, and electronic media give information away for free. There is a lot of misleading, bias, and misinformation that can confuse and cause harm. A class allows for guided discovery and opportunity to practice skills without causing damage or harm to oneself.
My goal is to share the love and knowledge of the outdoors with others. I focus on you. Information can be lost in large groups and often there are questions left unanswered. Having a personal understanding of our local and unique parts of Florida enables me to customize a class to a student’s needs.
I can use the knowledge, training, and certifications I earned, and the school of hard knocks to enhance a fun learning environment for the new and experienced student. Being outside is a dream, passion, and means of relaxation for all.
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🛶Suwannee River, Florida
If you have five days to relax check out the 91 miles section of the Suwannee River. Start at White Springs and paddle to the town of Branford. Sean Fitzgibbon and I did this trek December of 2009. We feel it is one of the most scenic and uncrowded part of the river as well…
🃏1000 bornes card game
This past campout Sean introduced me to an old card game 1000 Bornes. This game has existed since 1954 and goes by many names, and there is even a Cars Lightning McQueen edition. The object of Mille Bornes is that the players are in a road race. I know, we went kayaking to Travestine Island…
🩹Skin ‘tastic thinking First Aid
Knowing First Aid is one of the ten essentials that every outdoor enthusiast should know. Survival is about your mind working with skill to live. It’s about staying calm in the remote wilderness settings and thinking how to use the items you have available in multiple ways to get home. There are many posts and…
Welcome to our new site.
Welcome to our new site! Enjoy exploring with us. You can learn many things within these web pages. Follow us and click on the links for more information about thriving in the outdoors. If you are curious about where we started visit our old site, check out Liquid Rhythm Kayaking.com
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