just there a few weeks ago with the OTHER premier paddling group in the Baltimore region, The Waters Edge Kayak club. utterly magical amazing paddle. Got past the bridge for the first time- current is tough there, depending on water levels etc...cant wait. cya'll there :)
0 · June 8
I read what my post. Just to clarify, if no one wants to do the Susquehana paddle in my place by 4:00 pm today, I will be glad to go on it. Otherwise I will support the Bay Bridge swim. For people on the wait list who do not get to do the Susquehana paddle, supporting the bay Bridge Swim is an option. They have 1 mile and 4.4 mile option. The kayakers are in the water as support for the swimmers. Info can be found at http://www.cpakayaker.com/paddl... You need to consider you skill level in bay water before volunteering.
0 · June 8
I paddled this area last year, and met a kayaker and canoeist. We had a great trip together and they gave me a lot of information. One thing they told me was that I needed a "Launch Permit" issued by the PA Fish & Boat Commission. The permit cost $10/1 year, $18/ 2 years. I'm new to this group, and I'm sure you have made this trip before. I don't want to see anyone getting fined by the PFBC. It's not worth the hassle.
I will not be able to make this trip, but will post a pick-up trip in the future.
Be Safe and Stay Dry!
0 · May 27