9 thoughts on “Never Turn Your Back on the Ocean

  1. What great fun you guys are having.
    And that’s sound and prudent advice, you and the pup got off easy!
    I don’t know if Florida has them but the California coast, especially north and central, loses a handful of tourists AND locals yearly to the ”Rogue Wave” which springs up out of a gentle sea, double in size of what’s before and aft, and snatches the unfortunate from the rocky outreaches.

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      • The wave you showed in the video wasn’t even a ‘sneaker’ wave. It looked more like high tide moving in a bit beyond what you were expecting. A real ‘sneaker’ wave could easily have sucked both you and Tzuri out to sea. Then you’re biggest problem is the sand that gets churned up and deposited in your clothes, weighing you down so you can’t swim. Most folks don’t take those signs seriously, but it’s really not smart to turn your back on the Pacific.

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  2. Hi John! Of course I remember you! 🙂 I am so glad you are doing well and I have enjoyed spending time going through your beautiful posts this evening and seeing what all you have been put to! All is well here in Florida. I hope our paths cross again.

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