Wednesday, September 2, 2009
Not To Be Confused With A Log Canoe
A good friend of mine, William Self, suggested on our last canoe trip that it would be great to have a canoe log to record conditions, routes, sightings, misadventures, etc. I thought it was one of his better ideas and wished it was something we had started at the beginning of the summer as it has been an eventful canoe season with many interesting trips.
With visions of picking up a blank book from Office Depot before our next paddle to faithfully record trips by hand, I suddenly realized this would be a good opportunity to learn more about blogging by creating an online canoe log. Also, it would widen the audience beyond my desk drawer and allow for posting of photos which is a big part of our canoe experience.
Thanks William for the idea. I look forward to documenting future trips in this blog and I hope others are willing to contribute as well. Rest assured that the next time we rescue a dog, play chicken with a freighter, spot a vicious otter or startle a pair of randy teenagers, you'll be the first to read about it on this blog so hurry back.