Does your family own a boat or an RV?
Heck no. Those things are out of my league for a long, long time
Wayne has a john boat. LOL. We can take his out!
An origami paper boat! ;þ
Only my imaginary wooden canoe and my daughter's imaginary (at least for now) kayak. Oh wait, I think my brother has a little putt-putt thing in Michigan. Also my daughter's father has 2 sailboats on the SF Bay.
Depending on your daughters age(if she is young) and if you have a sports authority, sports chalet or Dick's sporting goods I've seen kayaks for as low as $100 or so. Not the greatest kayak but decent starters for younger kids or teens. Just FYI.
Thanks for the very cool tip! But she's 46... There's a good-sized reservoir between the town and the foothills where they live, & she's had thoughts of being able to spend time on the water. When she was young, she used to spend a lot of time
sailing with her dad, including one very memorable trip to Hawaii. We go sailing with him in the SF Bay sometimes when we visit him. I think she misses all that, but doesn't want the hassle or expense of a sailboat, just something small.
Those same places generally have better kayaks for a little bit more. It's a blast n I would recommend it to anyone. Good exercise n great views most never see.
Don't you just LOVE sailing?
Both. And both more than 25 years old!
I did crew, but never owned a boat.
No. I four star it.
What does that mean?
I prefer nice hotels.
Usually in Ca. that means sleeping outside under the star. You must live in a rural area if you have four stars. I'm jealous. ;-)
Yes, we have boats but no RV's
Hi, Miss Niz! I'm so happy to see you again! :D
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