Kayaking: Round Lake

My roof rack arrived today. Anton bought a canoe yesterday, but he hadn't had a change to try it yet. After work, I assembled my roof rack on my car, and we set off to do some paddling in the hour or so before it got dark.

This time it was Round Lake. It is pretty aptly named. It was about a twenty minute drive away. And then we had to park alongside the 55mph route 9 to access the water. I didn't realize until we were leaving that I parked under a "no parking" sign. I'm not sure if it was for the road I was on or the area down below. The sheriff behind us as we arrived didn't seem to mind. Neither did the other people parked near us.

View Round Lake in a larger map

For the first time for me, the weather was beautiful. There was an occasional cool breeze, but nothing strong. The lake was flat except for some ripples as boats zipped around. There were a handful of people fishing and some other people out in kayaks and canoes, but it is a bigger lake than I expected, and I hardly ever actually saw any of them. There is a neat little airstrip adjacent to the lake, and a few small planes took off and landed while we were there, for our amusement.



Anton picking his nose as we set off. He's really getting in there:


I don't think that's how you're supposed to use a canoe:


This is a pretty OK place to spend an evening!:


Then it got dark and we went home. Then I copied the pictures and GPS data off of my phone and wrote this.

  • Posted: 2010-07-27 22:36 (Updated: 2010-07-27 23:13)
  • Categories: kayak


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