The Kayaking Post (still)

Where I try to convey why still water kayaking is my favorite thing.

The Joys of Undeveloped Waters

True gems of paddling in nature, sometimes hard to find, but always worth the trip.

Rumors of my death

have been greatly exaggerated. The move to Wisconsin is complete and we're good and settled in. We love our house to bits. The country is really beautiful, the lake is a lot of fun and the neighbors we've met have been great. There's even a local coffee shop where we hang out for some local... Continue Reading →

Wringing the last drop of color

This fall was a great one for foliage photography, especially from the kayak. I got out one more time (ruining my Penultimate Paddle title as I thought I might) and even though the light wasn't perfect and neither was my technique, it was nice to find some glorious reds, oranges and yellows still clinging to the... Continue Reading →

The Penultimate Paddle

I thought it would be my last kayak outing of the year, but it turned out not to be. It might not even stay the penultimate paddle, but I like the alliteration so it's staying. These are my rules, I make 'em up. Last year I don't think I did much in the way of foliage... Continue Reading →

Undammed!

Or how to get over beaver dams in your kayak without going swimming! Sometimes my inner slacker tries to get the upper hand. A while back in August I decided to rack up the kayak and put it in the water. Even that much I had to talk myself into since the rack wasn't even... Continue Reading →

Kayaking season

Woo hoo! I can't believe I waited so long to buy a kayak. Seriously, I love it. On quiet water is such a wonderful place to be. I seek out less frequented ponds, lakes and rivers. Avoiding powerboats as much as possible. I like to slip into side channels or very shallow spots and await... Continue Reading →

Contoocook River

Several weeks ago, I bought myself a kayak. I've wanted one for years, but never bought one. Sure, I'd paddled a couple of times with other people's boats, but never owned one. Now I do it's allowing me a new way to engage with nature and my photography. Here it is - a Wilderness Systems... Continue Reading →

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