Paddling in the fog on the Petawawa River 04 May 2019. We put in at the beach and were underway by 9am with the intention of landing on the island with our resident Bald Eagle nest. The fog was so thick that we passed by and overshot our target by about 1000 meters and landed at the channel light beacon island at the end of the basin where we chilled out until the fog burned off enough to make our way back to the original destination.
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My wife, my friend Capt' Bob and myself in the green boat. Paddling the waters of Washoe Lake, near Carson City, NV. The calm of the day turned very suddenly, to what seemed to be a struggle to stay alive! We had to paddle, nonstop, about 3-1/2 miles in high winds to get back to our starting point!