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I suppose you have a point about moonlite paddles in Florida
I've never done a biolumence paddle, but I've done overnight sails in the ocean and have seen plenty of this. One night we had dolphins swimming along side us and they looked like ghosts in the night the way they glowed.
Sometime I want to do a biolumence paddle. It's in area of salt water. RE moonlight paddles on fresh water--I live in Florida. Alligators are more active & do most of their hunting between dusk & dawn. For that reason, I'll pass on fresh water moonlight paddles.
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I'm new to this so haven't gone out at night, but that sounds wonderful!
"May your trails be crooked, winding, lonesome, dangerous, leading to the most amazing views. May your mountains rise into and above the clouds."
Anyone else here like to take moonlite paddles. Last night, my partner and I canoed out on a quiet lake and got to see the full moon and a sky full of stars. The loons were singing. It was wonderful.
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