Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Ocean kayaking

is much scarier than it looks. At least I didn't get dumped. You'll have to click on the pix to see them larger.
















6 comments:

OldOldLady Of The Hills said...

It looks pretty dangerous to me---But then, I've always found the Ocean a rather unpredictable place---Not too thrilled with the undertow and all that....But, I bet it was fun, too!

Vancouver Voyeur said...

Naomi, I was too scared to find it fun. You have to point the boat directly into the waves or you'll get tipped over. When you point it directly at the waves and they crash over the front, you get a face full of water and immediately have to prepare for the next wave. I'm going to be using it on the bays and a little calmer weather. M and her sister had a blast.

Vancouver Voyeur said...

er, calmer water, not weather, although probably that too.

nbrsspot.blogspot.com said...

That looks like fun but not with the waves coming at you like they were.. I agree calmer water to do that in would be much more fun..

Knock knock - it's cancer! said...

you know how to be a daredevil, wow. Looks like fun though.

I don't know if I could do... I'd be too scared. I'm not all that comfortable in oceans to begin with.

thanks for sharing!

OldOldLady Of The Hills said...

Two things: I wanted to see if you said anything about your experience---And you did--I too, would go to 'calmer waters'....lol....I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE to swim, but I have never found the Ocean a place of calmness or 'meditation---which is one of the things that I truly found so fantastic about swimming, besides the actual exceresize....The Ocean---it seems to me---is a constant battle, filled with all sorts of unpredictable possibilities....!

2nd thing: Those green tiles in the Garage are actually pieces of Glass Bottles that George has cut---BEAUTIFUL in person! I have to go back because he told me he is now all finished with both Garages.....

I did it.

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