Sailing the Wilderness Waterway
"So I always went in the winter -- through May 1 anyway. And because I used a small canoe I had to fight for the camp sites which you cannot reserve in advance. These sites are usually old homesteads, built on oyster mounds the Calusa indians left, and a full day's paddle apart in a canoe loaded with tent, provisions, and even fresh water. I bought the Sea Pearl specifically for this type of sailing/camping. It holds several times the capacity of my canoe, can go into 90 percent of the same nooks and crannies, and doesn't require backbreaking labor to get there. "
(Submitted by Noel Sun Aug 29, 2004 )
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