Everglades Water Trail Camping

Everglades Water Trail Camping
Leaving Everglades City: 42 degrees and frosty clear.David Seidman
Everglades Water Trail Camping
The 17-foot Carolina Skiff beached safely in the lee of Picnic Key.David Seidman
Everglades Water Trail Camping
Setting up camp on New Turkey Key.David Seidman
Everglades Water Trail Camping
Jeff plotting the course with required reading--the chart.David Seidman
Everglades Water Trail Camping
Driftwood sculptures abound along water trails in the Everglades.David Seidman
Everglades Water Trail Camping
Inshore waters provide calm cruising when the wind picks up.David Seidman
Everglades Water Trail Camping
Mangrove swamps provide excellent cover for a relaxing lunch break.David Seidman
Everglades Water Trail Camping
Swamp path on Sandfly Key.David Seidman
Everglades Water Trail Camping
Cell phone coverage is spotty at best along the water trails.David Seidman
Everglades Water Trail Camping
Jeff pretending he knows where he's going.David Seidman
Everglades Water Trail Camping
That dark spot in the trees is a channel.David Seidman
Everglades Water Trail Camping
After 3 miles the canopy thins, and blue sky is visible once again.David Seidman
Everglades Water Trail Camping
Looking back at Lostman's Bay.David Seidman
Everglades Water Trail Camping
Wilderness Waterway markers provide excellent perches for local wildlife.David Seidman
Everglades Water Trail Camping
Portapotti in paradise.David Seidman
Everglades Water Trail Camping
The gators are always watching, even if you don't see them.David Seidman
Everglades Water Trail Camping
Chickees offer protection for overnight camping when cruising water trails in the Everglades.David Seidman
Everglades Water Trail Camping
The 17-foot Carolina Skiff is perfectly suited for cruising these backwater routes.David Seidman