Friday, March 12, 2021

Paddling Adventures


It's been a while since my last post and for that I apologize. Delta kayak Adventures was forced to partially shut down and we have been open on a very limited basis. This has given me the opportunity to do some paddling on my own. So far I've paddled 215 miles since January 1st and it's been awesome. 



















Some highlights from January include quick trips to the Dow Wetlands and Kimball Island; Sunset paddles and trips to Sherman Lake; longer paddles to Little Break and Lost Slough. I was excited and very happy to have success in finding a route through north Sherman Island and a myriad of hidden sloughs to reach the Sacramento River. 












February included more paddles to the Dow Wetlands and Kimball Island. A couple of trips to and around Winter Island and the first Moonlight Paddle of 2021. A paddle on the Napa River followed by an epic paddle the following week on Lake Berryessa. 









We are barely into March and I'm so excited to have spotted a pair of bald eagles on the San Joaquin River.  The last time I saw a bald Eagle in this area was 2016.  It appears that they are nesting, so hopefully they will be here awhile. Maybe we will be able to spot a baby Eagle sometime in the near future.









Restrictions are loosening a bit and we are now offering small group tours. Rentals are currently available on weekends and can be booked directly online. Weekday rentals or private group tours are available weekdays and can be arranged by contacting us by phone or email. 













Classes, tours and rentals.


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