Friday, July 11, 2014

At Work

Its July so Jeff and I are hard at work . . . or play . . . however one defines what we do at Liquid Fusion Kayaking.  We are fortunate that owning and operating a kayaking business allows us to share our love of the outdoors with others.  It looks like we aren't the only ones having fun on our trips - check out what folks have been saying about our Mendocino Coast Kayak Adventures on Trip Advisor.

And here's a bit of what we have been up to . . .
Guided kayak tours on the Noyo River on a gorgeous sunny day
Jeff guiding a natural history trip on Fort Bragg's Noyo River.
Birding by kayak
Checking out the Chicks!!! (Western Gull chicks)
Marveling over the camouflaging of a Green Heron.
Sharing the magic of kayaking with kids and families
Cate - a teacher on the water.
Getting a little salt water in the face
Jeff embraces one of the occupational hazards of ocean kayaking - a little saltwater in the face!
Rallying folks to come play
Cate on the phone answering customer's questions.
Solo paddles up the Noyo River (albeit towing boats for our Tracks to Kayaks Trips with the Skunk Train)
Jeff gets a work-out towing 4 rec boats up the river to meet the train.
Picking up trash - not something that we love but feeling good about doing our part.
Just pick it up!
Working on our own personal skills
Cate dialing in her long boat surfing skills in the Jackson Kayak Karma RG.
Teaching and coaching beginning through advanced skills
Jeff shows a student where to hold their kayak when swimming to shore.
Cate teaching a student how to run a pour-over.
Getting in the action for an action shot
Jeff gets the shot (Cate gets the shot of Jeff getting the shot)
Of course - showing our students how its done.
Cate shows off - rock gardening on the Mendocino Coast
Next week, we are excited to be teaching a Surfzone FUNdamentals class.  The surfzone is one of our favorite places to play and we can't wait to share the fun there.

Hope you are having as much fun as we are . . . if not, you need to come play with us.

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