In this post for Covering Ground, we’ll be taking a gander at an aquatic activity: kayaking!
The sport allows one to escape from the familiar terra firma that we’re born on to. Letting us float / paddle / coast / cruise ….you get the idea….on a new environment to explore remarkable surroundings. And what is great about this activity is that kayaking is done almost anywhere around the world where lies any collection of water (puddles don’t count).
Kayaking can be done during a thunderstorm (not advisable), when it’s a clear day and you want to go island hopping in Samoa, or at night where your senses are limited but your imagination is going wild.
Enjoy our Twitter and Instagram kayaking explorers’ images and exploits:
We’ve all started like this in every venture…
Then we likely do it
When we do we usually go by ourselves or with a group
— Savannah Craft✌ (@SavyC13) August 13, 2013
Groups are fun. But kayaking also serves as a relationship tester
And Kayaking will work you out or make you bleed
Holy fuck! I'm to sore to get out of bed…. Why the fuck are my calves sore though? o.O #kayaking
— Rickie Gutierrez (@RickG_FSU) August 12, 2013
— Addison Hayes (@amazehayes_roto) August 12, 2013
My hands are so sore #kayaking
— jasmine (@jazzywazzyli) August 12, 2013
— nathan pearce (@paddletastic) August 8, 2013
But the things you’ll see when kayaking will surely out weigh the cons
— Plym Hoe Waterfront (@PlymHoe) August 13, 2013
— Nolan Brunnworth (@riverstamps) August 13, 2013
— Joni Mccollum (@joni_mccollum) August 11, 2013
— Milan Svitek (@svitekphotos) August 8, 2013