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Nice Day for a Paddle!

Nice Day for a Paddle!

Deer Harbor Marina on Orcas Island.

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9 thoughts on “Nice Day for a Paddle!

  1. I like her hat!

    • She was a very confident young woman. That’s a map and she is going kayaking around Orcas Island. It is the largest of the San Juan’s and very arty and hippy… lots of farmland.

      • I don’t think I would feel safe in a kayak with all the whales around!

      • Well I think it would be kind of scary, but exhilarating at the same time. I know people who were kayaking on the west side of the island… that’s the salmon run that the whales go back and forth on… and have all of a sudden been surrounded by Orcas. The whales were very gentle and friendly. Some amazing photos. If you come, Betty, bring Maggie to protect you.

      • Maggie is afraid of her own shadow! I have never had a boxer so timid. She will shake and whine on July 4th because she can’t stand fireworks. I could just imagine her seeing a killer whale, she would probably end up in a doggy psychiatric hospital! 😆 Happy to say this is her only fault, she loves everyone, but does have a mean sounding bark if she hears a noise outside (except fireworks). She truly is a very loving dog and very smart. I am truly blessed.

  2. Dave on said:

    I need to bring my Yak up and do the same.

  3. What if each day she wanders with the paddle and map hoping for a boat. In the evening she returns home telling herself, “Maybe tomorrow.”

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