Wednesday, September 29, 2010
Posted by Jeff H. at 9:41 PM
The West Neck Creek that we paddled has three faces. Near the marina, it is wide, with lots of side creeks. After about a mile, it narrows down some and meanders. It still feels like a natural watercourse. Finally, at Indian River Road, the creek turns into a straight channel, man made.
Posted by Jeff H. at 9:36 PM
In the end, the rain held off long enough for us to paddle six-and-a-half miles, and get home and put away. Another great paddle!
END WEST NECK
Posted by Jeff H. at 9:25 PM
Tuesday, September 21, 2010
The creek winds its way for a mile to the Northwest River. Our trip took us around Northwest River Park to Indian Creek, another pretty, winding creek.
It was a beautiful day for a paddle, sunny and about 80.
Posted by Jeff H. at 9:30 PM
He doesn't look it, but Karl is quite the nimble fellow, even after a beer or two. Here he demonstrates his entry technique. Just walk onto the boat and sit down! Not even a wobble.
Posted by Jeff H. at 9:14 PM