on Jun 01, 2016 @ 05:17 am|
I`m from the north and love the outdoors, since I moved to the city I really don`t do what I love, we have the Grand River all around us it is just beautiful to go down the trails now.
I would like to see if you had to pick, what would you get to go on the Grand River a Canoe or a Kayak,
|Kayak on Jun 01, 2016 @ 05:54 am|
I grew up around canoes with my family, but about ten years ago I tried kayaking and love it. As I often travel by myself, I find the kayak much easier to load up and go, and easier to handle alone on the water. I've gone on a lot more trips with the kayak over the years then I probably would have with the canoe.
|. on Jun 01, 2016 @ 02:36 pm|
I just sold my canoe 2 weeks ago. It was just too big to take out on my own and never used it. I've never kayaked so I can't compare them. But my summer place is waterfront and I've been coveting the paddle boards that go by... I've never tried them but they look like my thing.
|Kayak on Jun 01, 2016 @ 02:52 pm|
I think Kayak would be great
|Kayak on Jun 01, 2016 @ 02:58 pm|
I find that kayaks are lighter and easier to carry around. Plus, I think when in the water then are easier to maneuver around. :)
|. on Jun 03, 2016 @ 03:54 pm|
a kayak is good because you can control it yourself but your body is also right in the kayak so you need to have good body strength in case you flipped over and need to flip yourself around again. We have a canoe but we do it together and bring our dogs.
|! on Jun 08, 2016 @ 12:56 am|
Kayak! Especially single sitter ones, I have to have full control and balance or else I'm terrified. Also canoes are too big and heavy for me. I'm an adventurer, but terrified of deep water so if I'm going to drown and die, it better be from my own hands. LMFAO