Thursday, July 12, 2007

Splish Splash



A couple of boats heading inland through Sebastian Inlet.

Sebastian Inlet is a man-made break made in the barrier island and is the closest access to the Atlantic Ocean for boaters in the Palm Bay and Melbourne, Florida area. It marks the boundary between Brevard and Indian River Counties in Florida.

8 comments:

JoAnn-NL said...

WOW!
That I love to see!!!!I remember th Palm bay very well, when we were down in Florida, lovely spot!

Thanks also for your visit on my blog I will visit yours back FOR SURE. and ehhhh, I like your blog so....

I've tagged your blog(look under my header)so that other people visit your blog trough mine. Although,(....) now you 'have' also to point out 8 facts about yourself in your post. (don't have to!)

Greetings from JoAnn

Moi said...

It's a hot day out here and the first pic and the title makes me yearn for some splashing .....am heading for beach tomorrow as soon as i get out of the lab...

Hammer said...

It would be nice to be out on the water about now.

Nice pics as always :)

Anna said...

LOOK AT THAT GORGEOUS WATER! :)

photowannabe said...

Beautiful and the boats seem to be giving lots of pleasure to everyone.

inspired said...

Kool Kool water :o]

CG said...

Oh, what a vivid scene..makes me long to see the ocean again. I miss sunshine so much !

Anonymous said...

MY FIRST FISHING TRIP WAS AT SEBASTIAN INLET AROUND 1967 OR 68
I WAS ABOUT 6 OR 7 YEARS OLD.
VEWING THESE PICTURES BRING BACK A LOT OF MEMORIES, MY DAD LONNIE AND
HIS FRIEND GEORGE HUGGINS WOULD
FISH THE INLET AS WELL AS THE
SURF, ALSO WENT TO A PLACE CALLED HONEST JONH'S FISH CAMP
I BELIEVE THE PIER WAS STILL UNDER
CONSTRUCTION. BEUTIFUL AREA, NOTHING LIKE IT THAT I KNOW OF.