lol underwaterpropulsion that's hilarious :) But please don't call this a canoe again lol it's an offense to the masters of making good Sea Kayaks..This one looks a pretty good one on top :) I hope it's not your husband Amelia being pushed out into the wide open North Atlantic!! Bedste Hilsner, Peter
It was me, trikermike the crazy, who described the 'underwater propulsion' I am glad you liked that! (just a laugh) I never called this a canoe, I know the difference! Lotsof others called it a canoe, but they know northing!
Amelia It isn't your beloved hubby is it?
Take care both of you, my Panoramio buddies
Have a good sunday!
Dear Sandy, you've been such a good girl this year, that the flat pack kayak, is on it's way, as you know, and it should be there very soon now - you can get it up and running for a nice paddle down the Esk on Christmas Day :)))
Dear Peter, just as well I didn't put the word "canoe" in the title! Now I have to tell you that the Bonnie Lad, (trikermike), knows a thing or three, and he's so right about the underwaterpropulsion - there are teams of mermaids in Tananger Indrehavn, that spend much of their waking hours helping folks to get a good send off in their kayaks. But I wouldn't push Adrian out in one - he's too good a cook ;-)
Bonnie Lad, I still don't really know the difference between a canoe or a kayak - they're all skiffs to me! I have canoed, or kayaked, down the Dordogne ... got very sunburned on the tops of my legs, but it was a great day out :))
Now - I desperately need to know the difference. The old song, Can I canoe you down the river won't sound the same if I transpose kayak there :)))
Warm greetings, and thanks for the laughs my good friends, Amelia
The combination of colors works so well!!!
A sea kayak. Wonderful shot!
Beautiful kayak photo with the small waves. I long to get into the kayak. Like. Hälsningar, Mats.
Dear Gabe, and Olga, my apologies for overlooking your comments for so long. I just like being outside more than indoors, so I don't spend a great deal of time on the computer!
Many thanks to you both, and warm greetings from Norway, Amelia
Thanks Mats for your appreciation! The background certainly doesn't compare to this one though :))
This harbour is very well protected from the North Sea, by a solid concrete wall reinforced by huge boulders. But this guy does go out to the open water in his kayak. Rather him than me ... but you would enjoy it. The most I have done is down the Dordogne, and I got very sunburned!
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