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Squid Anchor Kit

Squid Anchor Kit


Ideal for kayak camping or any time pounds are at a premium, the Squid Anchor gets its heft from up to 14 lbs. of river sand, stones, rocks or gravel provided by nature. Triple flukes add sticking power. When you're done, just dump, rinse, stow and go! Weighs under 8oz. when empty. Comes with 25' of rope. Stored anchor dimensions 12"x2.5"x2.5"

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Off Season Wakeboard Tower Installation for a Sugar Sand Je


Bill September 15, 2010 at 5:56 pm

Just an amazing post on so many levels! I love the combination of colors, textures, shapes, patterns … the book sounds wonderful … your photography is outstanding … and that brown sugar “sand” castle is the stuff dreams are made of (it has my sweet tooth kicked into highest gear!).

Hope you have an enjoyable weekend.

Kimberly C September 24, 2010 at 8:39 am

I am not sure where in Florida as Florida has zones eight, nine and ten. Only watering once a week will be fine if you first can get the roots established in the ground. With water restrictions, an idea maybe is to have a small container garden for part of your yard. You could arrange some planters and also some other features such as bird feeder and bird bath. A nice bench or trellis would also look nice.
Of course you will have to water the plants in the planters, but this may help your watering situation. Herbs are great for full sun and they also love sandy conditions. There are many flowering herbs and you could do perennials or annuals flowers.

You could also think about adding some shrubs and like you said, eventually a shade tree. When planting shrubs and trees, add some organic mushroom compost to your soil. This is a great organic fertilizer that will last up to one year.
There are many evergreen shrubs that will work in your area. Put pine straw or mulch down to help retain the mositure.

I hope this has helped some and I will link you to my tropic sections as this has some plant descriptions for warmer climates. I will also link you to my gallery of plants section as well as my site map. Browse through both and get photos and descriptions of plant specimens as well as the site map having everything that is on the website. If your need some more suggestions, please feel free to contact me at the website. Good luck to you and have a great day!

John Lee June 23, 2011 at 8:37 pm

Other than getting my sorry ass rescued by a neighboring farmer from a creek when I was a kid; passing a snowplow during a 32″ blizzard on I-44 in a '66 Bug with plenty of 420 around and getting high centered in the middle of the Interstate; pulling into what I thought was a chat parking lot that was really sugar sand in the middle of the night in the Florida Panhandle; and getting that old M38 stuck in the lateral line of our farmhouse septic tank system; this one hurts the most as I am, almost, a mature adult!

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