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Christian Leger

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  1. We purchased the kayaks toward the end of 2016 if I recall. The LV isn't outfitted to have what P&H calls the "skudder", whatever this means, so it could be from the year before.
  2. We are making room in our basement and paring down a few kayaking items in the process. Scorpio LV, ,Orange, Skeg, 16'8" with hatch cover. Bought new 2.5 years ago and used only twice since purchase. Mint condition except a few scrapes on the hull. Asking $1250 Scorpio MV, Yellow, Skeg, 17'6" with hatch cover. Bought new 2.5 years ago and used only twice since purchase. Mint condition except a few scrapes on the hull. Asking $1250 Seals Surf Sprayskirt, small, fits Scorpio. Mint. Asking $60 Seals Surf Sprayskirt, medium, fits Scorpio. Mint. Asking $60 Werner paddle, Skagit, 220cm, carbon blend, standard size shaft and reinforced fiberglass blade, adjustable ferrule, never used (still has stickers on). Asking $85 Aquabound Eagle Ray Hybrid, 220cm, carbon blend, standard size shaft and reinforced fiberglass blade, adjustable ferrule, never used (still has stickers on). Asking $85 While much is available online regarding these items, I would welcome giving more details should you be interested. Christian Leger
  3. The Dolphin Cove Pod fared well on the return although the sea become pretty snotty (to use a favorite Downeast Expression) after we left the shelter of Jewell Island and we were in for a "squirrely" paddle to reach the marina. Thankfully, there were warm chowders and blueberry muffins waiting for us at the Dolphin! This was a great weekend of kayak camping despite (or maybe because of) the moody weather. Jewell Island is apply named: the coast offers a beautiful paddle and the trails lead to wonderful and surprising sites (thank you Gary for being an invaluable guide). I'm not much of a birder but we were given the opportunity to see a few beautiful specimen. And the company was truly fun to spend time together (old and new acquaintances alike). Here is a link to a few photographs to add to an already great collection: https://photos.app.goo.gl/yh4Tvu55mwHifEsQA Thank you Gary for spearheading this adventure!
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