12 comments on “Mid-May Paddle to Norwalk Islands

  1. Lovely photos—looks like a fun trip! 😉

    Seriously, it’s great to see it from a different point of view, and with a bit of narrative, which I failed to provide… So it’s my turn to link to your post!

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  3. Looks like a great time with friends. Wonderful weather and conditions. I really enjoyed the photos.

    • Hey, thanks 🙂 It was all of the above — we totally lucked out. Starting the next weekend, however, the motorboats come out of shrink-wrap and happy hour starts at noon…(dangerous “conditions” for us!). This was a last hurrah for serene “winter” paddling, and we savored every moment. See you on the water! J&A

      • Sharing the water is not an issue here. One will typically see more boats on the car top then on the water. Be safe!

      • Great! Were have fresh halibut fish tacos in 30 mins. And, a guest room waiting! 🙂

      • Yum! Swiss chard and onions with chicken sausage (tad of butter) happening here… If you want to circumnavigate NYC, c’mon down! All of the above seems totally doable, yay 🙂

      • Excellent! If/when I ever get to NYC that is the only way I want to see it. Via the harbors.

  4. This is fantastic, I stopped breathing as I was reading your wonderful post! What a spectacular tour! Take a bow, both of you, you’re my heroes. Very sportive indeed!
    Lovely, lovely post, you know how to place the images and tell a good story. I thoroughly enjoyed this one, now I’ll visit Johna and Vlad.
    Big hug to you,
    Dina xo

    • We are grinning from ear to ear. Thank you!!
      Hope you enjoyed Johna and Vlad’s version — I believe you follow their blog, also as a photographer? 90 miles is nothing to those two… Very intrepid indeed! (Maybe the word we’re looking for is maniacal?!)
      Thank you, Dina, for your enthusiasm. We are very touched, as you are truly an artist!! J&A

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