<p>Captain Bill Keogh and his canine first mate Scupper kayak among mangrove islands near Big Pine Key.</p><p>Read more in "Road Trip: Florida Keys" from the December 2012/January 2013 issue of <em>National Geographic Traveler</em>.</p>

Island Kayaking

Captain Bill Keogh and his canine first mate Scupper kayak among mangrove islands near Big Pine Key.

Read more in "Road Trip: Florida Keys" from the December 2012/January 2013 issue of National Geographic Traveler.

Photograph by Kris Davidson

Florida Keys

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