A few Dynoswimmers celebrating the New Year, 2007.
There come days when we take this view for granted.
You may have been here, remember?
Miss the Ocean?
Close your eyes, listen to the waves, feel the breeze...
Our Dynoswim Palm Coast ocean training site.
Dawn from under the boardwalk at A1A and Highbridge - our Dynoswim Palm Coast ocean swimming practice site.
Dakin Fromhold and Daniel Cruz were successful in recruiting Flipper, also a natural butterflier, and the newest member of our team.
We'll be having a make-up practice on Thursday, June 1, 2006. Check out this picture of about half the team, where are the rest of our Dynoswimmers...?
I've received some emails on the last photo, and yes the black specks are their heads. They're out there on this one too. Hint: Ignore the birds...
Yes, they are there. Look closely. Hint - this is one of our recent 5K open-water practices. If you can't guess, more info and photos will come in the following days...
Below is a Renoir-esque rendition of the team by Melanie Watkins. Thanks Melanie!
Please take a look at some of the pictures from the SUN Masters Valentine Meet / Dixie Zone Championships.
Additionally, please give a big thanks to Melanie Watkins for all of her help during the meet. We also thank Amber and Carrie Troha, as well as Sami, Brett and Bobby Bay for cheering us on. Another big thank-you goes to Karen Cruz for holding down the fort and running practices while we were away in Clearwater.
Enjoy the Photos!
Take a look at all the smiling faces from our first annual Dynoswim cookout. If you find that the pictures are a bit too large, then I highly recommend that you right mouse click and "zoom out" on the image. You will then get the peripherals of the photos. Enjoy!
View image 1 (Volleyball)
View image 2 (Volleyball)
View image 3 (Conrad, Bill and Melony)
View image 4 (Amber, Margaret and Sean)
View image 5 (Volleyball Prowess)
The Dynoswim Masters swim team said goodbye and good luck to Hannah Gerber Friday night at Ruby Tuesday's in Palm Coast. Hannah is one of the co-founders of the Dynoswim Masters team and she is starting a new stage of her life as a post-graduate student at the University of Alabama. We will miss you Hannah! Visit us during your time off...