Moonlight Canoe, Sea kayak, or Hike!!
Friday, Sep 13, 2019 (6:00 pm - 10:00 pm)
Update: Meet at 6 pm at the boat house. If it’s too windy to paddle we will all hike out to Picnic Point Fire pit 1. If conditions are good for paddling we’ll split into two groups. One group hiking out the other paddling out.
It’s a Harvest Full moon
Friday evening September 13 Robert and I would like to colead a moonlight paddle. We will paddle out to the beach on the north side of Picnic Point. Build a fire, and roast some marshmallows and watch the moon come up over the State Capital We’ll paddle back as a group all lit up with flashlights
Lets meet at the boat house at 6 pm to get boats, gear, and to put lights on our boats
Here are the ratings you need to paddle out to Picnic Point
If you want to canoe you will need to have completed the canoe lake lesson and wear PFD Bring a flash light or headlamp
To sea kayak you will need an SKO rating and have passed the standard swim test. This entails taking the kayak lake lesson and then the SKO lesson for sea kayak Bring lights for the bow and stern of your boat Headlamp too
Fire pit number 1 is reserved in my name for our group so if you would like to hike out to picnic point instead of paddle that would be fun too!! Our reservation starts at 6 pm. Let me know if you would like to be at the fire ring at 6 and I’ll get you a copy of the reservation
The club has the boats, paddles, life jackets. You will need to bring a flashlight if you’re planning to canoe. Sea kayaks will need to bring two flashlights and a headlamp.
Bring fluids to drink (no alcohol), something to roast on the fire, bug spray, jacket
Trip will go out if we have green flag conditions If it is too windy we can all hike, bike, or drive to picnic point
We will paddle back to the union between 8:30-9 pm
Let Robert or I know if you have questions and would like to learn more about leading moonlight paddling trips
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