Yesterday a day of angst and relief. I done left my kayak paddle behind about 4 days ago out in Vincentown. 2 x 4 to my brain. Brian was most helpful pointing out indeed how can you lose a paddle that normally sits 99% of time in your truck? Good question. Super chilled and relaxing would be the argument from my end….So off we go to Vincentown, there by the side of the road on the dam me paddle.
Note to self: When done kayaking make sure you do a check of all gear before driving off. Make sure you inventory all gear. Make sure you think before acting. Make sure Brian is around to poke you something silly for losing ones paddle.
All’s well that ends well.
Meanwhile in this lovely 60 degree weather, plugging away at the evolution of the Water Trail web site. Zap back any “BETA” you think should or should not be included.
Enclosed “Spring 2018 Paddle Notes”.
Click to Down load…paddle notes spring 2018
Pathways is changing web site servers from Vistaprint to Word Press. Please bear (bare) w us as we open a new log book entry on the Rancocas Creek Water Trail.
Details will be posted as the process unfolds. One has to enter and work w a new portal, online architecture setting that anchors sustainable market modes, programs, guided kayak excursions and more cultivated by Rancocas Pathways.
We welcome the problems found in modernizing, anchoring and facilitating Rancocas Pathways social media footprint. Our goal is to make visiting, chilling and relaxing on the RCWT an enjoyable, fun, pleasant and affordable multi-use, year -round experience.
Do not hesitate to contact Pathways if you have any issues. We look forward to paddle on down w you on the Rancocas Creek Water Trail.
I remain, obliged and thanking-you for your patience,