It is nice to see kayaking taking root locally. Dad, Jess, Hannah, & I went paddling today as a group of four and crossed paths with serveral other kayakers during our hour on the water. There were many more small-cockpit boats noticeable along the west shoreline in between the Lake Bluff cove and Leroy Island bridge.

 Gil Burgess, Lake Bluff
Hannah DeCracker, Lyons


Gil Burgess said...

It was a really enjoyable way to end the afternoon and it will extend into "nature lessons" on such things as hibiscus (swamp rose mallow),purple loosestrife and the way a soaring eagle holds its wings as opposed to an osprey or turkey vulture.

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