Wednesday, May 11, 2011

weekend part 3

On Sunday, Rick and Jessica joined the rest of us for snorkeling. Tyler had to work.
on my blog all the names are lined up correctly with the pictures, but jessica just showed me that on hers the captions are not with the right pictures. how about the rest of you?












Our fee included the gear and boat transportation to the snorkel sight.












Adam










Rick










Kaleb










Jasmine











Jessica and me.
The water was beautiful and clean but there was not a fish, shell or anything else to be seen.









Rick and Jasmine


Typical scenery









There were several dolphins in the area.







Me









Jessica








Adam








I told the kids about snorkeling in the Bahamas (about 20 years ago and the last time I snorkeled!) and having a laminated card identifying fish that we used to try and find all the kinds. They are ready to head to the Bahamas! What do you think? That would be a major saving goal for all of them--and me too!

6 comments:

One Crowded House said...

we have got to try snorkeling sometime- that looks awesome.

No- the names are not lined up with the right pictures. They never are on this blog- not sure why?

When you go to compose a post- is the edit html tab clicked- or the "compose" tab clicked.

I write my posts in "compose" unless I am putting in a video- and actually lately I have done everything on the compose tab.

Hevel said...

I think I commented before, that your captions never showed up with the right pictures. Maybe you could try not aligning the photos to the left, and adding the captions below?

Nadia said...

where is this beach????? it's beautiful. We are heading on a road trip this summer..hitting SC, and hopefully Florida!! (we live in Alberta Canada)

Karen said...

I can't believe you didn't see anything! Bahamas, oooo, I'd love to see that!

Kathy C. said...

nadia--this is Destin but there are white sand beaches all along the FL panhandle on the Gulf of Mexico.

Felicia said...

Bahamas, I'd say go for it. We lived in Hawaii for two years and the snorkeling was fantastic, so much to see. Seems strange that there weren't any fish there.