Just wanted to share that this lillydipper paddled for the 100th time this year!!!! Mostly in Jersey but also in NC and on the Colorado River in Black Canyon!,!,
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Is that all ??|
Posted by: Roanguy on Nov-16-12 7:18 PM (EST)
Posted by: string on Nov-16-12 10:34 PM (EST)
great ,where did you paddle in nj?|
Posted by: robertr on Nov-16-12 10:55 PM (EST)
are you retired?
Posted by: radskierman on Nov-17-12 7:17 AM (EST)
How far did 100 paddles get you? I'm at 67 for the season and have just under 800 miles. With another month, maybe 8 paddles, I will fall short of last season's 78 paddles for 920 miles. But not bad for a 58 year old working stiff! Congrats on 100.... maybe I'll get there when I retire!
Posted by: yaakker on Nov-17-12 8:17 AM (EST)
for me so far after paddling today. If retired I would do more!
Posted by: harry0244 on Nov-17-12 12:11 PM (EST)
I was on the water 40 days this year. I do not count launching in two different places in the same day as two times. With working full time, I thought I was doing well, but now I have a new goal. Happy paddling to you.
Posted by: radiomix on Nov-17-12 1:58 PM (EST)
Very cool, even more props for keeping track.
Posted by: tammyg on Nov-17-12 4:08 PM (EST)
I have paddled in the NW corner in NJ. Delaware River, Budd Lake, Lake Aerolex, Lake Musconetcong, Swartswood, Round Valley along with others. Not retired, work full time. I didn't keep track of mileage but certainly not that high. Some outings were only an hour long during the week.
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Posted by: g2d on Nov-17-12 4:41 PM (EST)
best guess for me|
Posted by: Andy_Szymczak on Nov-17-12 6:38 PM (EST)
43 for me|
Posted by: eckilson on Nov-18-12 9:22 AM (EST)
and every one of them was great. Congrates on reaching 100 - you still have another month to go.
trips/mileage - so far 2012|
Posted by: jelson on Nov-18-12 9:13 PM (EST)
we are retired. husband - 106 trips/1236 miles
Funny thing to do|
Posted by: TommyC1 on Nov-21-12 6:13 AM (EST)
to count the number of paddles you take.
Posted by: harry0244 on Nov-22-12 10:53 AM (EST)
I keep a log of each time out, so the count is there in the book. I like looking back for who was with me, wildlife sightings, weather and water conditions, etc.
Funny thing NOT to do|
Posted by: Waterbird on Nov-24-12 9:03 PM (EST)
I set goals every year for biking, hiking,backpacking, kayaking, kayak camping, etc. I track my goals throughout the year. I have all kinds of charts, graphs, and logs. I love reviewing my trips. Tracking them keeps me working on my goals all year.
Posted by: pikabike on Nov-24-12 10:33 PM (EST)
I didn't start counting paddle outings until 2010. Started because the paddler I knew who paddled most frequently kept track of his. I thought there might be something positive about it, maybe serve as a reminder to go out a little more often. It was. I paddled more often that year (122 times, IIRC) than any other year. Next year was less but still more than 100 times, and so far this year I'm at 99 times. I'll be going at least 100 every year from now on, and it does make a difference in skills improvement.