Weekend Boat Trip

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This past weekend we went out on to the beaches and canals for a little boating trip with our friends. The weather was glorious and despite my attempt to cover myself in spf, I got burned and didn’t even notice until I got home ( damn wind that masks sunshine).

{All the photos were taken with a really shitty camera that I brought just to take pictures in the water since it’s waterproof and my iPhone. The funny thing the iPhone pictures were much better quality than the point and shoot. The only reason these are still acceptable at this point is because I edited the crap out of them. Anything can look good with proper editing.}

We drove the boat to a resturants mainly accessibly by boat. I barely found a vegetarian meal there. Out of a HUGE selection there was 1 (!!!) vegetarian option ( come on!): portobello sandwich. It was even more difficult for Andrew- there was NOTHING vegan, so we finally found some beans and veggies on the “sides” menu. Haha!

Every Sunday a ton of boaters gather by this one beach around Keewayden Island. The current is so insane there, that you can easily float out into the Gulf of Mexico.

And finally, I am walking on sunshine… Oooohhhh-oooh!


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  • Reply
    Ashley Sisk
    April 5, 2011 at 2:58 PM

    You can’t take a bad photo regardless of the camera. Love the walking on Sunshine one.

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    Elena C. :)
    April 6, 2011 at 5:41 AM

    Wow! The places on the pics are soooo beautiful! 🙂
    I couldn’t take my eyes off of Andrew! He’s sooooo fit! Like almost unbelievable!
    Great job!

    • Reply
      Elena @ Art of Making a Baby
      April 6, 2011 at 10:08 AM

      Oh that’s great that you think so. He keeps thinking nothing has changed and that he is working hard on nothing lol

      • Reply
        Elena C. :)
        April 6, 2011 at 2:33 PM

        Oh come on! He can just compare his old pics and new ones 🙂

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