Back in the Glades: An Everglades Wilderness Kayaking Tale (Paperback)
The Everglades Wilderness Waterway is a kayaking and canoeing trail that weaves its way approximately ninety-nine miles through Florida's most remote wilderness: The ten-thousand islands. A twisting labyrinth of mangrove islands, narrow creeks, and wide bays prove to be some of the most beautiful yet challenging obstacles to paddle through. Alligators, sharks, and strong storms are just a few of the dangers facing someone who tries to navigate the WaterwayBack In The Glades tells the story of two separate kayaking trips through the Everglades Wilderness Waterway. The first of these trips is paddled solo, while the second, two years later, is taken with a group. Though beautiful, the Floridian wilderness can be a brutal and unforgiving place, and the people who choose to navigate the Mangrove maze find out first hand just what it takes to survive.