Everyone's Travel Club is back from the Islands, posts to come very soon, but until then I thought I'd throw up a few evening kayaking pics. My friend John and I took some of the fleet out for a spin around Shilshole Marina in Seattle, Wa.
~Paul, John, ETC
I recently took a little paddle off the back of our new (new to us) sailboat, Kingsley. It was calm in the marina so I thought I'd go exploring.
Above: walkways from the parking-lot to the floating docks. These make up the Shilshole Marina (each dock has a different letter).
Racers coming in from weeknight racing.
The end of the break-wall...
Hundreds of these guys have been hanging out under Kingsley while I've been cleaning her lately...
Hello kayak/sailing/monster-hunting enthusiasts,
Everyone's Travel Club returns with a quick post of pictures from a few "sculptures" lurking about the Shilshole Marina in Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.
The photo above is what local blogs are calling the sea serpent. She sits on the break-wall rocks that guard the marina from incoming wake and waves of the Puget Sound.
Below, a photo Leif and part of the new Scandinavian memorial!
Here is the new marina building...the sea serpent looks towards this building day and night...
Ahead of the sea serpent is "Dead Leif", sword and all.
I caught these photos aboard Orion, but I do think the serpent could be easily viewed this close by kayak, just watch the boat traffic on this side and wind pushing waves and wake against the rocks on the other side of the break-wall.
~Paul -Everyone's Travel Club
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