Sunday, May 2, 2010

April Fun (Kayaking, Tall Ships and More)

April is over and man what an April. I was luck enough to get on the water to guide some trips. We ended up having a pretty good month as far as tours go. The weather could have been a little better, but you deal with what you get. I hope that May will start to mellow out and the winds start to fade.

But all in all there was lots of fun to be had. We had one multi day tour out in April and it was a blast. The first two days of the journey were rainy. But the last day was calm seas and sunshine. The beauty of the San Juan's stepped out from behind the clouds and graced our last day with sun and red checks. It was a larger than average tour so I had two co-leaders long with me, Shawn and Richard. It was so much fun to be out with other guides, as we usually operate alone.


Early morning view from my tent. Rain all night and rain for breakfast.

A few days after the tour, back on San Juan, two tall ships came to port. The Lady Washington and the Hawaiian Chieftain were open to donation to hop aboard and check them out. It was fun to check out the tall ship style. Though they are not old originals, they are still beautiful.


Hawaiian Chieftain up front and Lady Washington in the back.

To end the talk of April I will part with what everyone hopes to find at the end of a Rainbow.


A PREVIA!


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