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  1. Another good night to be on the pond. We'll be there.
  2. This was 3/4 mile off Odiorne point today, where we'll be practicing rescues Saturday. Perhaps we'll stay a bit closer to shore. https://www.facebook.com/nh.waterfowl/videos/1138694503885309/
  3. I’ll be gone but Rick will be there. Have fun!
  4. Come join us at Chebacco Lake in Hamilton on Thursdays at 5pm until sunset though the summer. Practice strokes, rolls, rescues, falling out of your boat, or just watching kingfishers. Dress for immersion. A wetsuit is warm enough in early season, and keeps down the bruises from climbing back into your boat ten times a night. We meet at the boat ramp at the south end of the lake, and hang out in the cove to the left of the ramp. You can either get off 128 at Pine st (exit 49) and head north, or find Chebacco road off Rt 22 in Essex. No entrance fees.
  5. Come join us at Chebacco Lake in Hamilton on Thursdays at 5pm until sunset though the summer. Practice strokes, rolls, rescues, falling out of your boat, or just watching kingfishers. Dress for immersion. A wetsuit is warm enough in early season, and keeps down the bruises from climbing back into your boat ten times a night. We meet at the boat ramp at the south end of the lake, and hang out in the cove to the left of the ramp. You can either get off 128 at Pine st (exit 49) and head north, or find Chebacco road off Rt 22 in Essex. No entrance fees.
  6. Come join us at Chebacco Lake in Hamilton on Thursdays at 5pm until sunset though the summer. Practice strokes, rolls, rescues, falling out of your boat, or just watching kingfishers. Dress for immersion. A wetsuit is warm enough in early season, and keeps down the bruises from climbing back into your boat ten times a night. We meet at the boat ramp at the south end of the lake, and hang out in the cove to the left of the ramp. You can either get off 128 at Pine st (exit 49) and head north, or find Chebacco road off Rt 22 in Essex. No entrance fees.
  7. Come join us at Chebacco Lake in Hamilton on Thursdays at 5pm until sunset though the summer. Practice strokes, rolls, rescues, falling out of your boat, or just watching kingfishers. Dress for immersion. A wetsuit is warm enough in early season, and keeps down the bruises from climbing back into your boat ten times a night. We meet at the boat ramp at the south end of the lake, and hang out in the cove to the left of the ramp. You can either get off 128 at Pine st (exit 49) and head north, or find Chebacco road off Rt 22 in Essex. No entrance fees.
  8. It might rain. You were going to get wet anyway. Come on down.
  9. Pavilion beach in Ipswich doesn't allow non-resident parking, at least on weekends. Pavilion beach in Gloucester (aka Greasy Pole) does.
  10. Good source for foam and other bits: https://kayakoutfitting.com
  11. https://maine.craigslist.org/spo/d/wells-sea-kayaks-for-sale/7757889682.html
  12. I’d texted with Seth earlier. They’re Virgos. If one were an LV I’d have snagged it.
  13. See you all there, unless you try to drive through downtown Gloucester. It’s fiesta week.
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