Yarmouth Port, MAUSA
Hometown: Nokomis, FL & YarmouthPort, MA
February 27, 2011
8 miles (when current and wind are not against me), but I'll be happy with less. I prefer to paddle 2 - 2 1/2 hours. I practice twice a year flipping and getting back into my boat using a paddle float & a strap with a "step" I started kayaking many years ago and kayak twice a week, all year round.
Yes, Copper, a 7 year old male German Shepherd and can do the full walk. Remi is my 11 year old female German Shepherd and will only walk a short distance with us, if at all.
I read it and I agree
Each October, I schedule a class in Florida for my other group, in which we practice the T-recovery and also re-entering our boats unassisted.
I love kayaking, birding, walking & gardening...and my dogs...or just sitting on the deck, enjoying the birds and watching weeds grow in my garden. I volunteer at Wild Care (wildlife rehabilitation). Would really like to paddle 3 times a week.
We are about to wrap up our 2013-2014 season and even though I am sad to see our activities end, it is great to be able to look forward to our kayaking and walking next spring. The people who paddled & walked were absolutely delightful...fun, friendly, high energy people who warmly welcomed new folks into the group. I was happy to have been able to paddle a couple of times every week.....and enjoyed the weekly walks, even though RSVPs for walks were limited. So, thank-you for coming on about 65 paddles and walks since May 4. I really look forward to being with you on the water and on the trail next year. Hopefully, lots of people will be able to make the end of season party in Falmouth on October 2.....and maybe you will arrange to paddle or walk together after I head south. You can always reach me, or each other, because I am going to leave the site active. In April, I'll start putting paddles/walks on the calendar for May. Have a good winter. See you in May, Joyce