This is new for me as I'm posting a Video LOG (VLOG) versus a written posting. The video will show the immediate aftermath of Hurricane Maria (September 2017) and what it looks like today.
A lot of progress has been made in the islands recovery, but there still remains a lot to be done. I must say though, Vieques is open for business. A few new businesses have started, some have changed ownership, and all the islanders are welcoming and friendly.
After you've reviewed the VLOG, please let me know your thoughts; should I keep doing VLOGs or should I do written BLOGs? Ideas that you would like to see on either or both options, and your general comments. All input will be appreciated.
Travel safe, have fun...
Recently, my brother Jack, a great friend Jimmy and I took a little fishing trip to a place called the “Mosquito Lagoon”. This lagoon runs along the east coast of central Florida, from Cape Canaveral to New Smyrna Beach. The deepest water we found was in the Intercostal-Waterway (ICW). Once outside the channel, we were in water that ranged from inches to about four feet; with most of the lagoon being what we know as “skinny” (or shallow) water. The weather conditions for the two and a half days was a steady win from 10 to 15 mph with higher gusts, some scattered clouds, and temps running around the mid-70’s.
|Sunrise from the Indian Mound Fish Camp|