That sounds like an interesting trip. Did you worry about any visitors from the swamp visiting your campsite in the middle of the night?I'm happy that even though you made a major change in your life, you are still doing the things you love. That goes for both work and play...
Like Pat^^^^^^^^^^^^said--it's always been the swam critters that kept me to a minimal amount of time in them.
I bet your night paddle was amazing. Have a good time at the wedding! :)
Maybe I should have been clearer--my nights were spent in a well screen hammock, safe from the buzzing mosquitoes who flew around frustrated only inches from my head... Or maybe you're being a smart aleck about my night paddling (but it does sound like something I'd do and have done)
Excellent! Looking forward to pics.
You're going to make me buy a canoe...I can see it now.
Terrific post. Your adventures are a great source of vicarious enjoyment for me as my paddling days are quite behind. I've never kayaked but our family canoe got a great workout when the kids were growing up. It's still out back on sawhorses in case we get a flood.
I'll get it was awesome. Safe travels!
I want to introduce you to my beau, George, sometime. You'd hit it off splendidly and I'd let you men do all the paddling while I take all the lovely photos.Have a nice time at the wedding.
Love the photo. Hope you have fun at the wedding.
Sounds like an amazing trip Sage!a wedding uh? you enjoyed weddings? Have a nice travel!
What a cool group trip! I love kayaking and being out in nature as you obviously were. Looking forward to hearing more!
That looks lovely! We're visiting Charleston later this year and my sister has a big kayaking thing planned...I'm a little nervous about it. I'm not outdoorsy at all.
ooh excited to hear about it, it looks like a wonderful time!
Can't wait to read more about it. Enjoy the wedding!