If you continue east
past the St. Johns river you come to the Indian River
lagoon system, which is part of the IntraCoastal waterway.
I had been calling it the
InterCoastal Waterway, because that's just the way people
around here talk. Well, actually it's more like "in'er"
as in: "I went fishin' on the in'ercoastal this morning."
Of course, we incorrectly
call Turkey Vultures by the name of Buzzard, too, so
maybe we're just a bunch of hopeless hicks! ;-)
A couple of people
wrote to point out my error, and I always appreciate
a little help. (Well, maybe not so much the one poor
guy who's education has exceeded his social skills and
felt the need to get verbally abusive. It's just a website,
dude - take a deep breath and get outside more!)
Anyway, to keep anyone
else's head from exploding, I have corrected my error
and promise to use the right word from now on.
to our story in progress....
The intracoastal lagoon
and the seashore are quite different environments from
the marsh, but beautiful and interesting in their own ways,
with much different scenery and wildlife.
Even though I've lived
most of my life in this town, I never spent too much time
on the beaches or Indian River lagoon. Now I have a kayak
and have started to explore different areas, and I'm loving
Check out Creeks
and Rivers for
kayaking information and photos of some beautiful