I want to start planning a back up, in case the weather doesn't cooperate and the wind forecast stays insane for the groups skills level(20-30 knots), so what would the group like to do? I'll make a definite go/no go decision by Saturday morning.
A day paddle on Lake Union or Lake Washington? Kayak Camping on Lake Keechelus off of I-90 (less wind exposure and shorter crossings, and a walk back option).? Bicycle Camping on the Iron Horse Trail?
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Meet other Sea Kayakers. Get together for weeknight social paddles a few times a month. Discuss gear/plan day/overnight trips.
Previous experience/lessons not needed for some of the day paddles, recommended or required for some of the trips. Trips will be geared for intermediate to adv paddlers. Beginner trips may be added.
I'll schedule some basic safety meetups to go over things like strokes, bracing, rescues, chart reading and some of the many local resources on about a monthly basis, and would look forward to additional assistant organizers to help out with these and with putting trips together.