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Photo of the Week

Photo of the Week: Water Dog

This DOG has got it right…Life is better on the water!!!  

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Photo of the Week: Sunset Gallery

This sunsets in Plymouth this past week have been nothing short of spectacular and I figured that I’d throw together a quick gallery to share some of what I saw! It started with a glorious sunset paddle on Plymouth Harbor the night that the Mayflower finally came back home. Follow that up with three straight … Continue reading »

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Photo of the Week: SUPing with TEK Photography

We were very lucky to have the talented Taylor Kloss, the founder of TEK Photography blog, along for an impromptu photo shoot at the shop this past weekend! Taylor had just returned from her cross-country adventure and I invited her to join us and some other college friends for a mid-summer cookout. However, I didn’t … Continue reading »

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Photo of the Week: SUP…Lazy Boy Style

Have you ever been out on your SUP and thought to yourself: “man would it be nice to sit down for a minute”… Let’s just say that a situation arose at the shop a few weeks back that gave me the chance to give Sit Down Paddleboarding (SDP) a go! It can get quite windy … Continue reading »

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Photo of the Week: A Sunset Vision

I’m please to introduce the newest member of the KayakDave.com family…a lightly used (yet still shinny) Vision 120sp!!! I’ve really enjoyed tooling around on the lake in this sporty little 12-footer and figured that it was time to buy my own so that I could take it offsite for some micro-trip adventures! After all, it … Continue reading »

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Photo of the Week: “High Visibility Kayaker”

Alex came to work this past Sunday decked out in orange and I couldn’t help but grab of picture of him in our shiny, new Stellar S12 demo! I was going to save this shot for the Fall and call it something like “Pumpkin Paddler” but it offers a teaching point that I can’t pass … Continue reading »

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Photo of the Week: “Float Into the Mystic”

Erin and I enjoyed a wonderful weekend in Mystic, CT earlier this month where we explored the Mystic Aquarium, Toured the Mystic Shipyard, and caught a whiff of the famous Mystic Pizza downtown! We were sans kayaks on this trip but I captured this pair of paddlers floating into the Mystic at sunset! Cue Van … Continue reading »

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Photo of the Week – “Bear Island Lighthouse”

Here is an example of a more colorful photo of the Acadian coastline that I promised after posting the dreary “Cranberry Crossing” photo last week. The weather finally broke on the final day of our 2011 Acadia trip and I had the distinct pleasure of leading a small group of college friends that I had … Continue reading »

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Photo of the Week – “Cranberry Crossing”

In sticking with this month’s Acadia National Park theme, I present to you “Cranberry Crossing”! I took this photo during a day trip that I led to the Cranberry Islands on our 2011 MITOC trip to Acadia. The trip out to and around the Cranberry Islands from Seal Harbor has been touted as one of … Continue reading »

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Photo of the Week: “Paddling by The Bubbles”

The MIT Outing Club posted sign-ups for our annual Memorial Day trip to Acadia National Park this week! I figured that featuring some kayaking pictures from Acadia over the next couple of weeks would be a great way to kick off of MITOC party and inspire other readers to book a trip to this East … Continue reading »

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