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Christy H.

Location:

Provincetown, MA

Member since:

May 10, 2014

Please answer each question. How many miles do you prefer to paddle? How many hours do you like to paddle? Can you get back into your boat unassisted, if you flip, & do you carry the gear required to do that & do you practice doing that?

Usually a couple of hours. I've been taking out my kayak about once a week for the past couple of weeks. I used to kayak down in Florida along the rivers and canals, but stopped when I moved up here.

Our paddles try to provide aerobic exercise, so you need to be able to and want to paddle 3 - 4 miles at a good clip, without taking a break. Please confirm that that is what you can do.

I am an experienced and energetic kayaker. Don't know what you consider a good rate of speed, but I like to keep moving while kayaking at about 35 - 40 strokes a minute.

Do you plan to bring a dog on our walks? You are VERY welcome to walk with us without a dog. And you can bring guests on walks (but not on paddles).

It depends on the walk. If it's fast paced, then no. I like to let my dog set the pace when walking through the woods.

You must read the Accident Waiver of Liability that is on the Home Page before completing your request to join this group. Have you read the Accident Waiver and Release of Liability? Do you agree to it ?

Yes.

If you are a "no show" twice, you will be automatically dropped from the group. You must apply as an individual. To kayak with us, you must be able to get back into your boat, if you capsize. I practice one day a year & it gets harder every year.

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Introduction

Hi, My name is Christy Hudak. I've moved to N Eastham over three years ago and I'm looking forward to kayak and walking adventures. I work at the Center for Coastal Studies in Provincetown.


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