It's that time of year and we're itching to get back into the beautiful Kansas water. Typically, this time of year the Kansas water is a bit brisk however fails in comparison to waters of the original kayakers, the Eskimos. Kayak History lesson #1: As the originators of the kayak, the Eskimos would construct these boats from stitched seal or other animal hides and would use them to hunt on inland lakes, rivers and coastal waters of the Arctic Ocean, North Atlantic, Bering Sea and North Pacific.
Before we load up the Kayaks for their first adventure this season we need to polish them up, clean out the cock pits and check for any weather damages over the winter. Once cleaned and ready to go we need to set our goals for this year.
Our 2013 goal is to collect over 1000 cans/bottles, enter into 15-20 new bodies of water and document it all along the way.
We are landlocked kayak enthusiasts that love to uncover Kansas' true beauty in the water.