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Brian McCormack

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    United States
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    Kayaking - both WW and Sea, hiking, snowboarding, cross-country and back country skiing

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    Brian
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    McCormack
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    6038335232

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  1. What time should our butts be in boats?
  2. Paul, I am very interested. I was planning to kayak out there two years ago but weather intervened. I have my hopes up for good weather. Brian
  3. Thanks for all the responses, especially about how just one parameter can push the trip up a notch.
  4. Wow!! Looks like an awesome trip. I am adding this to my bucket list. 😉
  5. I would be interested. Brian
  6. I was explaining to someone about Sea kayaking Difficulty levels and sent them the following diagram. Of course, i am not sure where I discovered the diagram. Does anyone know where the diagram was developed. Is there an standard level definition? I looked on the websites of the usual suspects but I didn't find one.
  7. Thanks for looking. I guess its time to get a new one.
  8. Odiorne launch and the parking lot across the river are both closed. A friend and I were able to park in a small parking lot (5 cars) between then golf course, and the Wentworth hotel. I believe the launch on Piece Island is open. I think the real concern is not boat launching but people hanging out on the beaches, and that is why they closed Odiorne. https://www.cityofportsmouth.com/city/peirce-island
  9. Like everyone else, I am not sure what the rules are in regards to outdoor camping on the islands or a day trip kayak trip. I did notice that one Maine website indicated that all non-essential non-resident driving was prohibited inside the state was prohibited. I have been thinking about a week day camping trip out to one of the islands, but I am also worried about my car with the NH plates. I think I will contact the local police station for info.
  10. Hi, I went there on Wednesday, and it was fun but crowded especially at the boat launch. Unfortunately, I left my black Werner sea kayak paddle there as well. I went back yesterday, but it was gone. If you happen to see one or someone mentions having found one, please contact me either here or througm my email address- [email protected] I will come and pick it up. Its a also a reminder to everyone that we should put our name on everything, if we want it back. Thanks, Brian
  11. Before reading this thread, I was planning to talk to a few friends about a paddle or maybe join one here. However, a lot of good points were made here. It would be hypocritical for me criticize others for going on spring break while I paddled with friends even though the risk was less. We are all role-models.
  12. That sounds like a lot of fun. I am in.
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