Wednesday, August 12, 2009

More Paddling


Jennifer and I spent some more time paddling the backwaters and creeks of Lake Natoma. It was such a beautiful evening. Between the soft light of late day, and the rhythmic sounds of our paddles cutting through the water, our trip was so peaceful.


It's so great to have a little getaway spot so close by. It's the perfect place to melt away the stress of a workday and bond with the woman I love. I'm so lucky to have someone who appreciates these things in life as much as I do.


We're slowing discovering new places in the area to go paddling around, and I'm slowly getting more comfortable with leaving my camera out of the dry bag to get some photos along the way. We've already explored the amazing Consumnes Reserve; a river sanctuary on the last remaining river that flows from the Sierra mountains to the ocean uninterrupted (we'll be hitting this place up again soon and I'll be sure to get some better photos). Next up is some high Sierra lakes starting with Lake Fuller this weekend.

1 comment:

Felicia said...

That is a gorgeous sunset! Love the richness of the hues, and it must be nice just spending time paddling with yr wife!