Sunset Cruise Key West Style!

I used to think that writing about Play in Nature was just going to be kids in dirt piles playing and making mud pies.  That is not what it is turning out to be here on my Play in Nature site.  I find nature and children trying to connect to it everywhere I go.  Sometimes it is a kid chasing a pidgeon at the mall parking lot and sometimes it is the child at the aquarium touching a starfish for the first time. 

To further illlustrate this point I was just on a Sunset Cruise in Key West, Florida with the folks from Danger Charters.  This was the best sunset cruise I have ever been on for so many reasons.  One is because they were so nice and child friendly.  While we were out there on the water the birds were flying around and the children had a great time watching the gulls and pelicans.  Nature is not just animals…………the spectacular SUNSET counts also! 

Let me go back to Danger Charters again for a moment.  They do a spectacular job!  They were rated the #2 Cruise in North America by Coastal Living Magazine. This is an upscale wine cruise with 8 different wines from all over the world.   They had fabulous hors d’oeuvres as well as upscale beer and pop for those who didn’t want wine or were too young.  

 

The folks at Danger Charters  are fabulous!  Friendly, helpful, fun and they really try to make you HAPPY!  This is one thing you should absolutely NOT miss if you are in Key West.  This Cruise is all about you and your enjoyment of the most spectacular sunsets ever.  Key West is all about celebration, and their celebration of Sunsets tops the list.  Don’t miss this one!

About Debbie Greene

I am a woman who wants to experience EVERYTHING good life has to offer! I am going to be a billionaire! I am a Mother, Grandmother, Nature Lover & Wolfhound Mother. I love using and teaching law of attraction. .................... Come explore the world with me Through Debbie's Eyes!
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