Monday, April 26, 2010

Cadboro Bay To Willows Beach. And Back As Well.

Yesterday, we headed to Cadboro Bay beach for a quickie as Paula had some other plans for later in the day. Louise and I geared up...
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...while as usual Paula hit the water first.
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Not many pictures today as I forgot my waterproof camera at home, and just had my big camera that I was hauling in and out of my camera bag. And there just wasn't much out to take pictures of as most of the ocean critters seemed to be sleeping in on this cloudy Sunday morning.
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We headed down towards Willows Beach and around Mary Tod Island.
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Our course took us past the expensive mansions of the Uplands district of Oak Bay. Here we discovered the secret of how families were able to afford these multi-million dollar homes. They keep their children locked in cages in their back yards where they perform clandestine anti-gravity experiments on them.
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Trip length: 8.89 km
YTD: 48.73
More pictures are here.
The Google Earth kmz is here.
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3 comments:

  1. hi! i'm seo from korea

    i want to be your follwer

    also i want you be my follwer

    thank you

    http://seojongdo.blogspot.com

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  2. I saw the first photo with the Delta kayak, which reminded me, I had a post last week about attending the East Coast Kayak festival. Delta was represented there by none other than Mark Hall, one of the owners of Delta, and their boat designer. He was an absolute pleasure, answer any and all questions regarding the why's and hows of his boats. A wonderful guy, it was truly a pleasure.

    PO

    http://paddlingotaku.blogspot.com/2010/04/this-past-weekend.html

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  3. Yeah, Mark's a great guy, and as you say always eager to answer questions about Delta's kayaks.
    But Mark, you still owe us hats!! ;)

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