Hey Hey paddlers! We are back at the freestate pool on sundays getting our roll on! If you have any interest in trying a playboat or even a regular rec boat in a controlled enviroment come and join us! Puppy
We named this float with the thought that this December would be our last on the planet. After a foggy start we were on the water with blue sky's on our shoulders and clear water underneath us. Thats right paddlers, clear water all the way to the sandy bottom! It was such a great day for a float there is no way we can call it our last. Not a bad way to spend the last month of the year and we are looking forward to 2013! Enjoy the pics! Puppy
Even though the days are turning a little cooler UAC is still puttin paddlers on the water. Kelli, Chris, Wanda and Jackson were all newbie kayakers that had a fine day for paddling Mother Kaw!
It’s been quite a year for Katy’s, Katie’s, Kaitlin’s and UAC. This last weekend was yet another Katie birthday float…Katie was turning 30 something???? We didn’t get that information out of her but what UAC did get was another fine group of paddlers and another fine day of paddling on the Kaw! October and 765 cubic feet per second on the river might mean a cold day of pulling kayaks and canoes down the river but all turned out swell for Katie and her band of friends that showed up to celebrate the day in style!
Although the morning started out with a chill it turned out to be a fantastic day to be out on Mother Kaw! Enjoy the pics and here is to a great Fall floating season...bring on those Fall colors!
It was a cloudy day on Saturday but it didn't stop the paddlers from hitting mother Kaw for a day on the water!
Katy (aka UAC groupie) convinced some of her friends (aka the Misfits) to join her for a paddle on Mother Kaw with Up a Creek. The weather for the day was drop dead gorgeous…sunny blue skies, 80 degrees and some great water to float on. But this UAC and we did have a few hiccups that we had to work our way through. First, the bus was 40 minutes late but that was ok. We just to into account it was 5:00 pm some where so we had a few beers while we waited. Second, I got the counts wrong on the canoes. So there we were at the get, with no vehicle to get back to get more boats short a canoe! Jay was kind enough to let us use his 10 ft aluminum john boat to float paddlers down the river. It all worked out in the end (like most things in life do) and it was another fine day of paddling and floating down the Kaw for groupies, friends and UAC. We hope you enjoy the pics as much as we enjoyed the day!