Fishing in the Gulf Islands

Hi, my name is Logan.  We’re going on a year-long trip to the Bahamas and one of the things we’re doing is snorkeling.  That’s what I’m mostly looking forward to.  I’m also looking forward to seeing manatees.

Thank you for reading my introduction.

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  1. Hi Logan,

    I posted on Cole’s blog that Great Harbour Cay in the Berry Islands, Bahamas has 4-5 manatees that come by the docks at the marina almost every day. Two or more of the manatees are tagged with GPS satellite tracking units. See more information about the manatees at http://www.savethemanatee.org/.

    I look forward to reading your blog and hearing more about your snorkeling in the Bahamas.

    s/v Esprit

      • Have you ben fishing in the Goulf yet there some big ones there. If you go up to cristel river to se tha manetee say hellow to my brother he lives close tho there

      • hi logan it looks like you are having fun if you guys ever see a giant squid or giant jellyfish you should take a pic of it and put it up on your blog, oh and tell nemo i said hi

      • We’ll tell Nemo hi. I don’t think we’ll see a giant squid but we’ll probably see jellyfish and we’ll take a picture. Logan

    • Paula, I look forward to snorkeling also. So far, I have only snorkeled at the beach and I like it. I also snorkel in the pool every day. There seems to be pools everywhere in Florida and I think I know why. Logan

  2. Hi Logan! Have a fantastic year and keep me in the loop! I still wish I could be a stow-away on your boat, but I probably should stay here at school and do my job. Mrs. Tacke

    • Thanks! I’m growing my hair out for a little while. We went to Bonneville Point when we left Boise and we also went to the Mountain Man Museum in Pinedale, Wyoming today. Logan

  3. Hello Logan: I am looking forward to reading about your adventures and all of the great birds, and animals you will encounter on the sea. Jim and I were sitting on the deck having dinner last evening and the bats were out swooping around catching their dinner as well. We remembered our evening when you and your family were visiting us and the bats did not make an appearance and said too bad Cole and Logan were not here to see this now. No worries you will see many wonderful things on your trip. I have always wanted to snorkel with Manatees. Can’t wait to hear about it when you do.

    Happy Travels
    Mary & Jim Ross

    • Mary & Jim, Glad you were able to see the bats. Hopefully we can come to your place on the island again and see them. I have been snorkeling in the ocean but have not seen any Manatees yet. I will make a post about it when I see one! Logan

  4. Hi Logan,
    We like your blog! How do you like Florida and living on a boat? What is the best part since you have been in Florida? We miss you!
    Jack, Luke & Cole

    • I like living in Florida a lot even though it rains every day for a while and it is 98% humidity and it is hot. The best part I have had is seeing 4 foot iguanas living all over the docks and seeing all the parrots flying around. I miss you too. Logan

  5. Hey Logan,

    It’s Trevor from third grade. I’m in fith grade now. I’ve read your family blogs. It looks like your having so much fun! What is your favorite thing you’ve done so far? I’ve took up a new sport called BMXing, it is also a lot of fun. I’ll tell you more about it in another email. Be safe in your travels.

    You friend,

      • Hi Logan,

        It is good to hear from you. I looked at all your pictures. It was fun to see all the cool things you are doing. School is good. I am reading the Hobbit right now for class. It is hard. I am also reading a book called The Among Barners. It has gotten kind of cold here in the morning. We had our first 33 degree morning yesterday. I bet your weather is really nice right now.

        I miss hanging out with you every once in awhile. How’s your brother doing. How is snowy, fluffy and the big horse doing? I saw a Guinea pig at the animal shelter website and really wanted to get it. it was really cute. His name was Pushpaw.

        I went to Boy Scout camp this summer. It was really fun. Some things I did were archery, BB shooting and wood carving. I had a great time and look forward to going again next year.

        Talk to you soon. Trevor

      • Hi Trevor, My brother is doing good. Cole sold Fluffy and bought another guinea pig and we let some people have our guinea pigs for a year while we are gone. Mom sold her horse for the trip. Sounds like Boy Scout camp was fun. Logan

  6. Happy Birthday, Logan!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    from Max, Owen, Katie, and Brian

  7. Hi Logan,

    Since Lindsey wrote to Cole I thought I would drop you a line. How goes the trip? It sounds from your page here that you are having a lot of fun. It was way cold here in Boise today high of 43 I believe. We actually had a bit of snow come down on us as we were out raking up leaves. I bet the weather there is a bit warmer. It would have been nice to be on a boat instead of dealing with leaves today. 🙂 Hope you are enjoying your time with your family – what a great experience. Tell your Mom and Dad Hello for me.

    Mrs. Ash
    Your old third grade teacher 🙂

    • Mrs. Ash,

      Today we woke up to 75 degrees and it is getting warmer to 80 degrees. We do not have leaves that fall around here but we do have palm fronds and coconuts that drop to the ground. You gotta watch out for those! The trip is great. Mom and Dad say hi.

  8. Hi Logan, Love the picture of you and the fish. I also enjoyed the pictures of you going thru the slides in Atlantis. We didn’t do it, just watched others do it. The big green morey eels are cool aren’t they? Keep blogging. We miss you guys here on the dock. Have fun! Julie s/v Sea Otter

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