Tag Archives: Kayak

How A Bad Expedition Spawns A Tradition – Conclusion

One of the under-publicized advantages of being old is that people tend to ignore the fact that you repeat yourself when you speak. I’m not sure that forgiveness applies when you write, however, so I am faced with the dilemma … Continue reading

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How A Bad Expedition Spawns A Tradition – Part II

The trouble with telling long stories is that I sometimes forget where I was when I paused, and I start re-telling the same things all over again. Fortunately, as this is a multi-part blog post, I was able to read … Continue reading

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How A Bad Expedition Spawns A Tradition

Fifteen years ago, I decided to take up the sport of kayaking. At an age (50+) when I should not have been so, I was much too cocky in my innate ability to paddle a kayak. Thus, I didn’t bother … Continue reading

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Kayaking or Canoodling, A Paddling Perspective by the Ol’ Philosophizer

Groucho Marx:  “If you heard this story before, don’t stop me, because I’d like to hear it again.” Warmer weather has finally arrived in the Northeast, and that means it’s time for me to think about breaking out my kayak. … Continue reading

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