Swimming w/ the wildlife

Swimming w/ the wildlife

Post by Douglas P Dro » Wed, 17 Apr 1996 04:00:00

When I used to live in Florida
I used to see porposes surfing all the time
in the waves when I was surfing. I would
see them at least once a month.  They would
come real close (50 yrds) and
play in the waves just like the other surfers,
even when there was a big crowd.

I bet they would become curious of a
large group of open water swimmers.

I saw a Manatte once who must have got lost
from the river. I saw this big brown eye
first then some wiskers poking out
of murkey water. Scared the living $*$*#$!
out of me until I realized what it was.

I have also once had a shark the size of
a compact car swim between me and the beach.
That will add some seriousness to your swim
stoke!

- Doug
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The University of Michigan
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