So I went for a paddle on Saturday, the first time since O’ahu’s mayor closed all of the island’s beaches, started August 8th, to slow the spread of Covid. A person can still use the beach as access to the ocean for exercise but cannot lie, sit, run, or walk on the beach. It is … Continue reading Lockdown 2.uhoh
For nearly 2 weeks the number of COVID-19 infections have been in the triple digits daily. The mayor of Honolulu and governor of Hawai’i are trying to prevent large gatherings, which have been happening lately at beaches, from being hot spots for infection. Effective At midnight Friday August 7 through September 5 the island of … Continue reading Locked down part 2
I went on a five mile paddle after work and the sky and clouds were unbelievable. I did not notice when I was out on the water though because the wind was 15 mph+ and I was trying hard to maintain speed and control hahaha. Far from being in decent paddling shape but I just … Continue reading Beautiful afternoon
My crew's first race of the 2018 summer regatta. I'm sitting in seat 5 of the canoe.
This past weekend was the club's first long distance practice. It was awesome to see a half dozen boats in the water filled with the men and women of the club. The coach this season wants to bring the club together again and I am all for it, for too long it has been two … Continue reading Transitioning