Posted on June 22, 2013, in Beach Activities, Beach Conditions, June Grass, Weather and tagged 30-A, beach, beach flags, beach update, beaches of south walton, big sand holes, bird watching, boogie board, Caribbean Sea, Choctawhatchee Bay, cladophora algae, clement taylor park destin, coffeen preserve, crab island, destin, dive skins, dune lakes, Emerald Coast, fishing, fl panhandle, florida panhandle, free diving, frigate birds, ghost crabs, gulf islands national seashore, Gulf of Mexico, jellies, june grass forecast, june grass update, kayaking, larvaceans, longshore current, marine, metal detecting, northwest florida, ocean, okaloosa island, olive shells, paddle boarding, rip tide, salt water, san destin, sand, sandestin, sandestin florida, santa rosa beach florida, sargassum, scenic highway 30-A, SCUBA, SCUBA diving, sea, sea kayaking, sea lice, shells, shore bird nesting, shore birds, skin diving, snorkeling, south walton florida, sowal, sport fish, stallworth, stand up paddle boarding, stingray, SUP, surf, surf fishing, surfing, swimming, terns, Topsail Hill State Park, Topsail Hill State Park Preserve, trash, underwater photography, underwater videography, uv protective swimwear, visibility, walton county florida, waves, wind. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.
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Love the updates. We are on Holiday Isle for the week of June 22. Water looks beautiful. High waves, red flag. And purple flag, probably for sea ice.
we are staying in Santa Rosa Island, and this morning (06/23/2013) we swam until the rain came. There were a lot of ‘blobs’ of june grass that varied from the size of golf balls to the size of baseballs. There were also some jellies not as many as yesterday), and my nephew actually got stung once. Even with the june grass and jellies, we stayed in the water because the temperature was perfect and we only get to the beach once a year.