Rain, rain, go away please?

Today was going to be our last chance to get on the water in the kayaks this year.  Now it is going to rain.  I need clearer skies and a few degrees higher, but it doesn’t look like that is going to happen.  I guess it is time to just put the kayaks away for the winter.  Snivel…………

So this morning I was formulating an idea in my head.  Where can I move to that has a lot of lakes and no winter weather?


5 thoughts on “Rain, rain, go away please?

  1. All those wonderful trees and shrubs that you can appreciate when out kayaking need water at this time of year in order to be able to survive the imminent Winter. Be appreciative of the rain and drizzel for it is necessary for so many things. Store your kayaks for the Winter and take walks to enjoy the Fall because Winter will be visiting soon enough … and then you can enjoy the peace and quiet of an early morning, treading through a blanket of previously undisturbed snow. Have playful snowball fights. Make angels in the snow. If you have lots of snow, try and make an igloo! Celebrate the seasons because some countries don’t get our extremes of weather. Sunny all year sounds good but eventually you would take it for granted, whereas you “guys” are going to really appreciate that first warm day next year (as will we!). 🙂

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      • You have total control over your feelings. You can choose to embrace Winter and all that it offers, or you can choose to hate it and be generally disgruntled during those months. You can chose to see the internet as a valuable resource, or you can see it as a potential gross invasion of privacy for unscrupulous users. You can chose to see kayaking as a wonderful escape from a busy world, or you can see it as a total waste of time (because you would rather be doing other things) and will probably result in sore muscles anyway. You can choose see the “proverbial glass” half full, or you can see it as half empty. It is all choices. The happiest people are the ones that acknowledge that basic fact, and choose accordingly. Keep smiling! Not only will you feel better, but it will also gives others around you something to think about! 🙂

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      • Excellent! Just make sure you understand 1. How to steer it. 2. How to brake. 3. How to “bale out” if necessary!
        I used to love it but, unfortunately, toboggans have no suspension and my lower back does not appreciate the jarring!

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