This morning we had an amazing sunrise row on the Intercoastal. The water was flat and shiny, wind nonexistent, and we were smooth going in the Quad.
On our way back in, we heard a massive “whoosh” of water. I looked over my shoulder and spied a massive surging of roiling water about 10 yards off our port side.
“What was that?” someone asked.
“Just a manatee explosion,” Holly, in bow, answered.
And then this happened:
Absolutely amazing! Clear out of the water not 10 yards from our boat!