We really wanted to get out and kayak while we were down in Savannah. The weather wasn’t so bad (for a Midwesterner), however the day we picked turned out to be very foggy. We were a bit uneducated dealing with tide information. Of course we knew what it was, just to what degree did the water change. Considering some of the piers we saw were 100’s of feet long, we figured we wanted to go during high tide, and ride low tide back out for less paddling.
We chose to launch from the Rodney J Hall Boat Ramp, as it was nearby, kayak friendly and free.
MINE! MINE! MINE! Fish heads for the gulls. Ass fisherperson could have thrown them off the ramp, tho.
Note the water is high on the poles. There’s a bird perched on every pole!
I love how birds sit on the poles.
This guy had a kayak that he peddled instead of paddled! Very cool!!
Not sure what type of birds these are.
The pelicans followed this guy like begging dogs! Too cute.
I think these are oysters on the shores.
The tide had gone out about 5 feet by the time we came back to the boat ramp.
The water had gone down so much, we couldn’t get near the poles the birds were on at the beginning of the post.
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