It's May, and this was sadly the first time Big Purple has touched H20 since... November? How sad. I guess that's what happens when you chose not to work on your Master's project for the majority of the year. Yesterday was my final presentation, so now there are many paddling trips in the works (in my mind...).
Anyways, Rob and I met up at East Shore Park at 8 am. We were on the water by 8:10 am, paddling North along the familiar east shore of Cayuga. Although my project had me out on the lake in a motor boat many times this spring, it's just so much better in a kayak!
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