Wordless Wednesday: Paddling the Wakulla

Last Friday seemed like a Saturday. I spent the morning paddling three miles on the Wakulla River with outfitters The Wilderness Way. It was a must needed change from sitting in the office. Located less than a 20-minute drive from Tallahassee, I enjoyed a  leisurely and relaxing kayaking trip with tons of opportunities to spot birds, gorgeous spider webs, magnificent trees, majestic manatees and humans bow fishing.

While I don’t have a photo of humans bow fishing (they fished with a bow and arrows) or spider webs (the morning dew jeweled them up), I have groovy photos over on Flickr from my kayaking trip.

For more outdoor activities in Wakulla, check out my article, “Ecotourism Travel in Wakulla.”

Kayaking the Wakulla River

Kayaking the Wakualla River with the Wilderness Way near Tallahassee, Fla.

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Author: Solo Travel Girl Admin

Jennifer A. Huber is an award-winning travel and outdoor blogger and writer in Southwest Florida. Originally from Buffalo, N.Y., a hiking trail led her to a career path in the tourism industry for more than 30 years. She spent a decade with a park management company in Yellowstone, Death Valley, and Everglades National Parks. She founded the travel blog, SoloTravelGirl.com with the goal of inspiring others to travel alone, not lonely. The unexpected death of her former husband in 2008 reminded her how short life is. His passing was a catalyst for sharing her experiences with the goal of inspiring and empowering others to travel solo. Jennifer holds a Travel Marketing Professional certification from the Southeast Tourism Society, is a certified food judge, member of the NASA Social community, and alum of the FBI Citizens Academy. When not traveling, she is either in the kitchen, practicing her photography skills, or road tripping with her dog, Radcliff.

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