Santa was kind enough to bring my present a day early: December 24 was sunny, warm (relatively, as it was almost 40), and perfect for hitting the Clearwater River with [redacted] and (one of) his new kayak(s).
Photos from a sunny and warm (almost 70!) afternoon in northern Idaho. Why did I play hooky from work yesterday afternoon to go paddling? Because late October sunny and warm. Doy. Why are we still talking about this?
I paddle hard to add speed to the equation, and I’m lead by twin bioluminescent rails emanating from the bow wave, and trailed by deep pocketed vortexes of blue behind; I’m a Tron character without the need of the arcade.
Video from the aforementioned kayaking trip to the San Juan Islands from August 2013. Fair warning: It’s long, and unless you were there, it might not be that interesting to you.
Back in August, Christina and I sneaked away for a guided four-day kayaking trip in the San Juan Islands. The image above is our whole group (minus Steve, who headed out early to get the vehicles sorted out) the morning of the last day.
Some uninteresting-to-you trip details that I’ll catalog here before I forget:
My parents sent me to college so I wouldn’t have to sleep on the ground. If you think about it, my going camping would be disrespectful to them.
Facing Waves is a new paddlesport TV series that starts airing this spring on Outside Television and will be shown internationally. /via
You have my attention.