The summer breezes are whispers on the winds at the moment. Monday we had some wonderful weather and I got the first pangs of excitement over the paddling season. I have to get down to the Cape to pick up my boat. I am thinking about freezing my gym membership for the summer and committing myself to getting out on the water a couple times a week while I am home. (i.e. not traveling).

There are two places where I am looking to try out. The first is Houghton’s Pond in Framingham. I have a co-worker who also kayaks and we’ll be going out together at some point. The place is only 10 minutes from work so I can hit that for a few hours and then head home. Or I could get up super early paddle and then go to work. That might be an option as well.

The second place is Hopkinton State Park, I drive by this location each morning and I have been thinking of stopping there for a morning paddle. I just have to go out and do it.

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  1. Cade says:

    I am so excited for the summer time because of how nice it has been here for the last week, but unfortunately we are going to get a lot of cold weather and rain for the next few days. Mother Nature is such a tease.

  2. Court says:

    I can’t wait for summer time, this winter really got to me. It was so cold where I live, I need a hot summer.

  3. victoria says:

    have you ever gone kayaking in alaska? i’m going up there over memorial day and we are kayaking there for a week! i’m so excited and was just wondering if anyone had ever been!

  4. Drew says:

    Alaska is one of the 7 states I have not been to yet. I would absolutely love to kayak in Alaska. I hope you have a great time.

  5. Jason Crossfit says:

    Sounds like a great trip. I hope you will be posting pictures. Kayaking is a great water sport because you can practically do it all year round.

  6. Drew says:

    Read through some of the entries, there are photos from many trips.