Wednesday June 28, 2017 Jenner CA.
Headed to Jenner for a yak
I went on down to Jenner today to kayak. The fog was light and coming and going and the wind was down to a breeze so it was nice.
I put the boat in the water and paddled across to Penny Island and headed on up the river going by this spot.
I passed a couple merganser ducks resting on this rock.
And this family of mallard ducks getting out of my way as I paddled by.
I made it up to muskrat where I was sitting when these biologists from the Bodega Marine Labs came by. I think they were changing batteries and collecting data from their measuring stations. They headed up the river waving as they went by.
Eventually I crossed over the river to Paddy’s rock and worked my way down along the side looking for birds and critters.
I went by these merganser ducks.
And by all these ducks resting on the gravel.
As far as critters, these cows are all I saw other than birds. Nice to soak your feet while getting a drink of water.
These geese were making a lot of noise as I approached and got out of my way.
I paddled along this shoreline heading in for the day.
I made it to the boat ramp and put my boat on the car.
Thinking of heading to Boonville
On the way home I was thinking I should get the van ready to roll and go up to Marty’s cabin in Boonville for a few days.
So when I got home I started getting it together and plan to leave for Boonville tonight.
Of course there isn’t any internet where I’ll be going so I will post when I get back, likely late Saturday.
Well, another nice peaceful yak yesterday. you are probably gone by now but I hope you have an enjoyable few days in Boonville.