When I dreamed of this trip, I pictured white sand beaches, epic camping photos, roosterfish and other game fish on the fly rod, and surreal tranquility without a soul in sight. I also thought it was going to take me two months and be the greatest thing to ever happen to me. And in many ways, it was and still is.
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As I stood on the board for the first time, I felt a rush of nerves and excitement. The board felt large and unwieldy, but my instructor showed me how to hold the paddle and balance properly. Surprisingly, the paddle board was much more stable than I expected and I was able to get started easily.