Tuesday, December 11, 2007

Okay, Rene'
No More Whining
(see comments on yesterday's post)
It wasn't the sunniest day of the year, but the temps were in the high 20's F. So, I took the Romany down to South Shore where it appeared I had inherited the entire area. At least it was easy moving the boat/sled around, and I did get to do a mini seal launch.
The wind was calm with a gentle roll on the outside of the breakwater. Here and there a buoy waited for spring to return.
The recently repaired break wall got its first taste of winter. The wall is even now, so I couldn't find the one rock that used to stick up. We used that rock as a landmark to help find a wreck that is in the area.

In any event, my mood and the day seemed brighter afterwards.

This just in...Rene' has developed a web site where several kayak oriented blogs (including this one) get published daily. It allows one to scroll through them all at one site. You will need to go to the indivual sites to post comments. Give it a try: http://www.paddlingplanet.com/

Paddle safe...



René Seindal said...

Wow, silbs, that's beautiful. Now I start to wish we would get a bit of ice on the water around here :-)


Michael said...

Be careful what you wish for René! LOL

Nice to see I'm not the only one who finds that winter paddling can be so satisfying! It truly is good to get out there and let it all sink in. Good for you!