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Wednesday, February 08, 2006

February Club Calendar

Full Moon Paddle - Cancelled due to weather
Date: Friday or Saturday February 10 or 11
Time: TBA
Place: TBA
Contact: Bob Andrews 251-367-4144

INGRAMS BAYOU
Date: Friday, February 17, 2006
Time: 9:00 AM
Place: Meet at Exxon station at Hwy 98 & CR95 east of Elberta, AL
Contact: Bob Andrews 251-367-4144
Comments: Paddle pristine waterway with abundant flora and fauna, (soon to be developed?), so see it now in its unaltered state. We'll be looking for mother/baby dolphins, as well as wintering snowbirds of the avian variety. We should be off the water around 1:00 p.m.- 1:30 p.m. Bring binoculars, cameras, paddle, life preserver, car keys, brown bag lunch, well rested body and your brightest smile. If you are one of the fortunate folks who have a fleet of boats to choose from, you may want to select a kayak in case of wind.


Ian Brosnan gave a very interesting slide presentation of the US Coast Guard's mission, work and sites he has seen from Alaska to Hawaii to Midway to Mobile to Antarctica and many other points in between. There were great shots of rare and exotic birds, beautiful beaches, icebergs and coastal mountains. Great show, Ian!