Memorial Day weekend paddle

New club, new destination, and I paddled on a Saturday which is very rare. This is the farthest distance I have gone one way, 7.45 miles, and to a place I haven’t paddled to before. The 6 man crew took about an hour and a half with some breaks to get to Keehi Lagoon from the club site. The water was nice and the wind only got tough from the Keehi channel buoy till we landed on the beach it was a great experience.

My new club launches at the McCully Bridge into the Ala Wai.
Passing the fishing village on Mokauea Island.
Paddling through Keehi Lagoon small boat harbor.
Getting near the end passing moored ships/barges.

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Lunch break

I went on a bike ride during my lunch break.

I started behind the Waikiki-Kapahulu Public Library at the eastern end of the Ala Wai Canal.
I rode north on Kapahulu Avenue and then west on Date Street and found this bike path between Iolani School and the “big river” that flows into the canal.
I ended up at the intersection of Ala Wai Blvd. & the McCully Bridge. It was a ten minute ride each way at a very leisurely pace. I think the distance round trip is about 3 miles I have to figure it out for the next time.

Hey hey I ran today

Did a walk/run after work today and bonus it was not on a track changed it up by going on Ala Wai Blvd. ┬áRan a couple of two minute intervals, a minute thirty, maybe two sets of a minute forty five, and lots of walking. I can paddle the span of the Ala Wai I’m gonna work on running it too.

Heading west and snapped pic right before my first two minute interval.
Something different ran this span instead of paddling it.