Had a great New Year's Day paddling trip with 2 friends. A bit chilly and overcast (36 deg to start) but there was no one on the water but ducks and geese and it was glass smooth. Here's to more paddling in '14.
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Posted by: jackL on Jan-01-14 7:13 PM (EST)
It was a bit warm at 85 with the water temperature at 78.
Posted by: jonsprag1 on Jan-02-14 12:07 PM (EST)
When I am paddling down here....|
Posted by: jackL on Jan-02-14 6:52 PM (EST)
in the Keys, there are so many of them that I have to keep reminding this dirty old man, that most of them are younger than my six daughters.
If youre like me|
Posted by: jonsprag1 on Jan-02-14 7:02 PM (EST)
the only social disease you're at risk for these days is eye strain
Only when Nanci is around.|
Posted by: string on Jan-02-14 11:28 PM (EST)
Posted by: PJC on Jan-01-14 9:29 PM (EST)
up here does a New Year's Day paddle. There's a power plant with a lake that contains water they draw from one end, boil to turn the turbines, and returns at the other end - at near 80 degs. So, demented as we are, we paddle that lake on New Year's day. The lake itself is really quite ugly but during winter its so fogged up you can't see the shore and the few trees along the bank are so coated with rime ice that when you get close enough to shore to see them, they're really quite pretty.
Those are always good things after |
Posted by: string on Jan-01-14 10:24 PM (EST)
Posted by: wavespinner on Jan-03-14 3:56 PM (EST)
And 25 paddlers: http://tinyurl.com/qeohy3v