We don't know & can't wait to find out...
Due to circumstances beyond our control, we're delaying production of FFAD Episode 51. Everyone is preparing to hunker down and see what the next 48 hours brings. To all of our friends that are also in the impact area, stay safe! We'll see y'all on the flip side...
The best type of plastic hatch. Good work, boys.
In a caravan of four vehicles with 52 kayaks in tow, trained kayakers from Titusville are en route to Texas to see what they can do to help with the relief efforts.
// BROTHERS IN NEED //
We are launching the Howler for Harvey T-Shirt with 100% of all proceeds going directly to relief efforts in Texas. Our home is in Texas.... Our headquarters is in Austin but we have friends and neighbors all over this State. Like everyone, we are deeply feeling the current situation in our State and we are looking for ways to help. Please consider helping in any way you can.
Thank you Hell's Bay Boatworks. Grab a shirt and help our friends in Texas in a time of need.
Space Coast Folks, PLEASE report any terrapins you see while on the water. Link to reporting site is below.
Terrapin Turtle Time! The Diamondback terrapin (Malaclemys terrapin) is the only turtle found in brackish water. This beautiful girl was trapped on one of the s...poil islands for a terrapin genetic study. Scientists are concerned about a possible decline in numbers in Florida, and are seeking information that would inform if the species, or individual subspecies, warrant listing as threatened. As part of this study, we are analyzing genetic population structure throughout the state to analyze current sub-species classifications. Additionally, we want to identify unique and potentially genetically isolated populations and study genetic diversity. After sampling her, she was quickly released back into her home. FFWCC Scientific Collection Permit # LSSC-15-00113A
They may be a bit spookier in August. Pack extra shorts, you've been warned..
BOOM! Don't be alarmed if you live on the Space Coast and begin hearing lots of sonic booms in August. That's just us doing some noisy research into how aircraf...t can be designed to make softer sonic booms. We'll be flying two to three times a day over a period of two weeks, breaking the sound barrier a targeted minimum of 33 times.
Amazing teamwork and coordination by our Space Coast Citizen Airmen!
Aint that the truth!