Four nights at my fishing camp at the Chassahowitzka River. What could be better?

Hi, friends and readers:

It’s hot this time of year in Florida. But this past Friday I drove northward with all my gear to spend four nights at my fishing camp on the Chassahowitzka River, right where the river flows into the Gulf of Mexico. I spent four days harvesting scallops, fishing and doing a bit of drinking. 😉

As a native of west central Florida, I love these sorts of activities. I’m a coastal boy and always have been. When I spent four years in Gainesville at the University of Florida, and then another three in Tallahassee attending FSU law school, I missed the coast terribly. As soon as I finished school I moved back to Pinellas County so I could be near Tampa Bay and the Gulf.

I saw some beautiful sunsets these past four days, and shared some wonderful meals with friends. I snorkeled in crystal clear Gulf waters to harvest scallops. Those are the types of experiences that make me love life.


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