It was simple for me to come up with this great idea, but now how to attach them to the top of our car for transport, well that was Clyde's problem. We found the brackets needed at a local car parts store in Panama City to hold the kayaks on top of the car. But they wanted the ridiculous price of $130.00 each for them, we needed two and the store only had one. So Clyde knew he could come up with some other way much cheaper. Then as it happens life got in the way. We bought this house, moved out of the rental house and ended up remodeling the whole thing. Painted every room, changed out ceiling tiles, ceiling fans, lights, a complete kitchen and bathroom remodel before we were done. Not to mention the acre of outside space that Clyde takes care of. Plenty of mowing, trimming, picking up fruit, burning brush, replanting and so much more.
Getting Ready To Go
Clyde's New Kayak Rack
Terry Ready To Paddle Her Butt Off
Some Locals Under A Bohio Along The River
More Locals Enjoying The Day
A Tadpole In Clyde's Hand
Many More Tadpoles
Terry Paddlin' Up Ahead
Headin' Into A Tiny Inlet. Clyde Had To Pull Me Out Since It Was Too Narrow
To Turn The Kayaks Around And Too Narrow To Keep Going
So at least we've had our trial run now and we'll see where we head on our next kayak adventure.....along the gringo trail.