Tuesday, 28 August 2012 16:10
We ended up sticking around Lubec. Headwinds and rain had been predicted for today. The rain is no big deal when we are kayaking, but the wind is another matter. We managed to catch up on a lot of office work, spending the entire day in the campground. We did some necessary gear repair as well. I sewed up a strap on one of my sandals. Our dry suits recently had the neck and wrist gaskets replaced and we had them mailed here. It was great to receive them, but kind of a surprise to see that there was no hole for our heads to pass through the neck gaskets. I carefully trimmed the latex gaskets to fit Dave and myself. Most of our office work was done in the laundry room at the campground, as rain continued throughout the day. We were happy to connect with Glenn Charles. We had first gotten in touch with him to seek advice about kayaking the Inside Passage. He has paddled the East Coast as well, so we enjoyed getting to talk with him this evening. He is a photographer in addition to being an adventurer. If you are curious about his images, check out his portfolio here. Dave and I had a productive day off, but are eager to hit the water early tomorrow morning.
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