Posts Tagged ‘paddle’
This weekend we enjoyed and other high water. This time on the river Waal, the largest distributary branch of the Rhine. First by bicycle, which was fun. The birds are making the most out of it. The dykes are littered with walnuts at the moment. The crowd scoured a flood line where all the notes…Read More
The love boat
A ship is always safe at the shore, but that is not what it’s built for. — Albert Einstein or John A. Shedd. I always tell my kayaking students, jokingly, ‘the best thing about this sport is that it allows me to yell and scream at my spouse’. And it is true, a rough sea…Read More
Wayfinding; get lost in the art of navigation.
If you can read the ocean, you’ll never be lost. — Mau Piailug* Navigation may be defined as the science of managing the route of…Read More
Like a virgin -touched for the very first time
I made it through the wilderness Somehow I made it through Didn’t know how lost I was Until I found…… -Madonna- It’s intriguing how some text sometimes sounds so appropriate with the experience you have. After the very first day at sea, on our own, it felt like the first bit of the lyrics of…Read More