Hometown: Harlan Kentucky
December 3, 2009
Paddling, Adventure, Fun, & Networking!
Native of Harlan County Kentucky. Nashville for 20 years.
I paddle a variety of kayaks. I like a variety of water.
"Michael aka "Smiley" Paddle Adventures Unlimited paddleadventuresunlimited.com facebook.com/paddleadventures twitter.com/paddleadventure"
Adventure! Meet New People!
I wanted to thank you Michael for all your organization of this event. I really wanted a kayak, but had no clue which one. Now I'm the proud owner of a new perception dagger thanks to Hook1. This was really helpful to know which one to buy.
Thanks Michael. I am so happy to join up with other kayakers. See you there.
Loved hiking with you and Milo. He is such a happy and delightful child. Send all your Pediatric questions my way!
It was great to meet everyone at the meet-up last night. Thanks for greeting me and making me feel welcome. Saturday sounds like a blast and I would love to attend. I don't have a kayak (it's docked in Boston, MA), so I was hoping I could borrow one for Saturday. Can you let me know if this is possible? Thanks.
Thanks Michael. I so miss kayaking with everyone. Ralph and I had such good times on the river and we loved hosting campouts at our bottom. He has been living in W. TN for almost 2 years and when he comes home we've been crazy busy. I am learning out to be an administrator for the Harpeth Springaroo. Thanks for making it so easy.
I have a neighbor who is looking for several chickens to add to his flock. One of them was a Leghorn. Don't know if you would sell any of your new ones...but I will be happy to get you in contact with Lynn. Just let me know.
Hello, Michael, and welcome to the group. Your information, as well as ideas are welcome, too. My experience with leghorns is that, while they are regular egg-laying machines in the first year or two, their production tends to ease off later on. The breed is not known to be very broody, so even if you have a rooster or two your hens may not surprise you with a clutch of fuzzy baby chicks when you least expect or most need some.
Michael, greetings from Western Afghanistan! I've posted a photo of me in my new location. It's actually nice considering where I am. Just wanted to touch base & let you know that I'll most likely miss the 2012 canoeing season but I should be available for the 2013 season. Tell all that I miss the all the fun on the rivers & Putt-Putt & I will be back next year!
CPT Kevin L. Carter
Hello Michael. We always enjoy having another paddler join in on the fun. I hope that you can come this way from TN, to paddle our NC waters. Also we would welcome any input from your direction as to a meeting spot over in TN. There are several of us that are nearer the NC/TN border, and would like to venture west to see some some new sights. Looking forward to meeting others from your area as well!
Welcome to our group Michael. Keep your eyes on our site, and come out and take a ride with us at our next get together.