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    Nice row this morning with my wife… highbush blueberries from the boat!

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    That’s awesome. I think if I had a place on a lake, I would want a guide boat

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    what happened to the SUP thread?


    or have I gone completely mental?

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    Quote Originally Posted by romeo tango View Post
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    what happened to the SUP thread?


    or have I gone completely mental?

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    I donít know if youíve gone mental or not but I donít see it either. Thatís weird

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    5 minutes from my house is this put-in, right in the heart of the city.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Foggy_Goggles View Post
    If I lived in WA, Oft would be my realtor. Seriously.

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    Nice spot and slick boat. Youíve kept it nice

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brownski View Post
    Nice spot and slick boat. You’ve kept it nice
    Thanks. She's a pretty girl, and it took me three boats to find one that I could paddle for any length of time with my long legs. Her forward cockpit is higher than most I've seen. Completely effortless to paddle and not constricting. Wish I knew what it was!
    Quote Originally Posted by Foggy_Goggles View Post
    If I lived in WA, Oft would be my realtor. Seriously.

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    Love finding those quiet places in the city.

    Here is a picture from down east Maine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cat in january View Post
    Love finding those quiet places in the city.

    Here is a picture from down east Maine.
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    Beautiful shot

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    Thanks it’s been hard to string together a few days to make a camping trip worth it this summer. Managed it this past week. Picture is of a Bell Northwind in Blacklight, prettiest canoe I’ve owned.

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    ^^That is an awesome pic.

    Spent a few days last week paddling the Southeast Arm of Yellowstone Lake and hiking up the Thorofare Valley. Great trip, can't wait to go back.


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    That's rad yeahman! How was the bear activity?

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    Very cool, yeahman

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    Dang, that sure is purdy.

    Can the kayak be used for food storage so you don't have to hang it up?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lifelinksplit View Post
    That's rad yeahman! How was the bear activity?

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    Not much sign where we were at this time of year. The park service lifts the seasonal bear-related travel restrictions around the lake in mid-July because the bears are mostly in the high country. We did talk to some people who saw a griz at close range farther up the Thorofare Trail.
    Quote Originally Posted by Yonder_River View Post
    Dang, that sure is purdy.

    Can the kayak be used for food storage so you don't have to hang it up?
    No, it's against rules to leave food in the kayak hatches unattended. All the backcountry campsites in the park have bear poles for hanging. Having everything in dry bags makes it pretty easy.


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    I’m jealous. Haven’t done an overnight at all this summer. Checked out a new place near home today though- Monksville Reservoir. It was only dammed and flooded in the late eighties so there are still at lot of dead trees upright. These bird houses are a mystery to me though.

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    I got to volunteer as an escort for two Hudson River swims this summer. Iím glad I did. I5 was a cool experience. First one was on August 5- Newburgh to Beacon which is about a mile. The organizers said most swimmers would do about a mile and a half once the tides factored in.

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    The second one I got involved in was Nyack to Tarrytown, which is about twice the distance.

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    If anybody wants to read about it, itís up on NYSkiBlog. Just hit my link. Iím really glad I did it. I recommend finding events like this and getting involved.

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    OK, gotta ask:
    what's up with the pool noodles?

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    Quote Originally Posted by romeo tango View Post
    OK, gotta ask:
    what's up with the pool noodles?

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    they’re a poor man’s flotation device, to help a swimmer who is having trouble. At both swims, the organizers handed out a noodle and a whistle to all the kayak volunteers

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    More Lake Champlain- Wilsboro Bay today

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    that rock looks pretty solid

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    I came close to being murderized by rockfall last summer paddling underneath this basalt cliff

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    "we all do dumb shit when we're fucked up"
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    Yeah, that cliff just looks scary. I think mine stopped moving like a million years ago maybe. Hope I didnít just jinx myself

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