Thursday February 6, 2014 Jenner CA.
We are finally getting some rain, but it’s still nice to go kayaking at Jenner
It rained all night long, but this morning it started to clear.
I worked on this blogs posting problems until I couldn’t do any more. It’s up to my ISP and they are working on it. This post will get posted when he gets it fixed, which I hope is soon.
So, since the rain was clearing and even the drizzles where going away, I put my rain gear on, just in case and headed on down to Jenner to kayak for the day.
There was a light wind and it was cloudy, but still nice. John, the river cleaner upper, came by as I was launching so we shot the bull for awhile, then I put my boat in the water and headed across the river to Penny Island. But before I got there a yellow kayak approached, with Mary in it, only other boat on the water. I talked with her for a bit and then continued on my way to the little channel on the east end of Penny Island where I hung out for awhile.
The wind was blowing from up the river, so I didn’t feel like going up river, so I eventually headed down the river towards the mouth area, taking my time.
The river’s mouth is closed
I think big fish can still get into the river during high, high tides and rough oceans as the sand dam isn’t that high.
I continued on down to the end of the river and sat and watched.
Fish feeding frenzy
They respected my space and didn’t dump me, then started to move away up the beach just a bit and really let loose.
I didn’t stay too long down there as I was thinking I needed to get home to see if any action was happening with my blog posting problem.
As I passed the river’s mouth area, I noticed this Great Blue Heron sitting there. That’s unusual, as they just don’t sit around this area, almost never.
I went on home and checked my computer for my ISP’s response on my posting problem and liked it when he reported that he was able to duplicate the problem and was working on it when he has time.
That was pretty much my day and another good one.