Sunday, April 15, 2012

This Week at SC+K. April 16-22

Recovering from Spring Break frenzy? A relaxing paddle is just the thing. Planning your next adventure? Brush up on your rescues or learn about risk management to better prepare for your trip.

Mon 16 Apr: Full Day Trip Ebenezer 10:00 – 2:00 Escape the midday sun under the shade of the cypress trees. The leisurely pace of the creek affords ample time to take in the scenery and keep a keen eye out for birds.

Wed 18 Apr: Half Day Tour Little Tybee 12:00 – 3:00
It never gets old embarking on the short paddle across the Back River to uninhabited Little Tybee. How lucky to be able to get away from it all while still being so close to home.

Thus 19 Apr: Half Day Tour Little Tybee 1:00 – 4:00

Thurs 19 Apr: Risk Management Seminar at the shop 6:00 – 8:00 Even with careful preparation for a paddle or trip, we need to be ready when things don’t go as planned on the water. Learn how to evaluate risks and manage your paddles so you can be safe and have fun!

Fri 20 Apr: Half Day Tour Cockspur Lighthouse 1:00 – 4:00 Dolphins are a common sight on this trip paddling out Lazaretto Creek past the Tybee shrimp fleet into the Savannah River estuary. Stretch your legs getting a closer look at the abandoned lighthouse.

Sat 21 Apr: Half Day Tour Little Tybee 8:00 – 11:00 It’s beautiful to be among the first on the water in the morning!

Sat 21 Apr: Sea Kayak Rescues I 9:00 – 1:00
The Spring air is warm and the water refreshing. Time to practice getting in and out of your boat, and we don’t mean from the beach!

Sun 22 Apr: Full Day Trip Ebenezer 10:00 – 2:00
Spring has sprung on the ever beautiful, other worldly Ebenezer Creek.

Sun 22 Apr: Half Day Tour Skidaway Narrows 9:00 – 12:00
A great trip for those wanting to see a quiet, historic side of Savannah, plus you don’t have to fight the traffic to Tybee.

And lets not forget our that is.
Saturday is Earth Day. Give her some love, and maybe swing by Lake Mayer for the 'Kids with Autism Sailing Regattta'. Give em a hand, or just go see what the sailing center is all about.

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