Tuesday November 7, 2017 Guerneville CA.
Sunny at Jenner for a paddle
I drove on down to Jenner this morning to a sunny day with low wind.
Paddling across the river and looking down towards the ocean looked like this.
I spotted a seal in the water eating a big fish but it didn’t stay around for any pictures.
Turning around and looking up river from that same spot looked like this. I decided to go up the river this way.
I saw some mallard ducks taking it easy in the little channel on the upper end of Penny Island.
And some geese sleeping on the gravels. I’m sure they all had an eye on me as I passed on by.
I paddled along here about a quarter mile up river from the boat ramp.
These ducks were resting on the gravel as I paddled past Paddy’s rock.
And this egret was standing on top of Paddy’s rock. It watched me for a bit before taking off with a squawk.
These two horses live here on this ridge and I’d say they have it made.
I stopped in this spot for a bit to watch things before starting my paddle back down the river along this north edge.
I paddled around these geese and headed on over to the island to the left.
Where I pulled into this little channel on the upper end of the island.
I rested here with the ducks for a bit.
The river’s mouth is open wide
As I crossed over to the boat ramp and looked down river I could see out into the ocean through the open river’s mouth.
From there I paddled on in to the boat ramp and went on home for the day.
When I got home I needed a nap and after that not much else got done the rest of the day.
And that was my day.