John and Jeanne, and Their W Kayaks, in a Cold Fall Paddle Trip – Wisconsin

Jeanne and I took advantage of the weather and went out on a late fall paddle trip. Before we had our Wavewalks I would of thought twice about taking a trip this time of year. The confidence we have in our W kayaks makes cold water trips more enjoyable. We still practiced cold weather safety, paddling together and wearing our life vests.

Jeanne and I took advantage of the weather and went out on a late fall paddle trip. Before we had our Wavewalks I would of thought twice about taking a trip this time of year. The confidence we have in our W kayaks makes cold water trips more enjoyable.

Kayak trip in cold weater, Wisconsin

We still practiced cold weather safety, paddling together and wearing our life vests. We also had dry bags along with a change of clothes.

John in cold weather kayak trip, WisconsinThis time of year we really appreciate the fact that our feet stay dry entering and exiting the W kayaks. Jeanne was able to move in close on two turtles taking advantage of the sun this fine fall day. I also took a photo of a deer we floated up on taking a drink, see if you can see her just right of center trying to hide from us.
Having the W s really extends our kayaking season through out the seasons.
John
P.S. Check out Jeanne’s reflection in the water, kind of “Halloweenish”

 

Jeanne in her kayak, taking a picture of a turtleRiver bank, Wisconsin. Picture shot from a kayak on the river


4 thoughts on “John and Jeanne, and Their W Kayaks, in a Cold Fall Paddle Trip – Wisconsin”

  1. I would like to visit all these places and fish in them 🙂

  2. Beautiful pictures. 🙂

    What a nice day for a paddle, even if its cold, the Wave walk W500 or W300 makes it
    a high and dry enjoyable ride.

    Won’t be long before the snow flies, but I still will be paddling in my W500 up
    until the ice forms.

    Tight Lines and Paddle Safe all.
    Rox

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