Heading Home

When I left in the morning, I had all intentions of going to one of my favorite spots.  Yet something told me to come here instead.  

Not long into my "voyage" I picked up a hitchhiker...a damselfly, who rode with me almost the entire way.  Easy to paddle in the calm water, and surrounded by the quiet serenity, I knew I'd made the right decision.

Breaking the silence, the fish jumped all around me, followed by the sound of the Kingfisher's call resonating along the river as I paddled.  About an hour later, the Blue Heron spoke up, as did an Osprey (probably from one of my nests) and of course, a juvenile Bald Eagle (possibly from the pair I'm looking for).

I even decided to get an up close and personal with the often seen in the distance wishbone that is positioned on the peninsula near one of the coves.

It was a perfect day to paddle...overcast, an occasional breeze and not a sole in sight.  A perfect long awaited day KAYAKING...WOOT! WOOT!  And to make it even better, I'm going again tomorrow!

seeing, saying, sharing...

Heading Home


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eileeninmd said…
Great day, the eagle sighting is always a treat. Love the last photo, a beautiful scene! Take care, have a great day!
Brian said…
That really is a very pretty place, really! Thanks for joining our Thankful Thursday Blog Hop!
Glad you were able to get out on the water, JP, and with a traveling companion too!
Ginny Hartzler said…
What a beautiful adventure! I would not have known this is a Damselfly. Your wishbone reflection photo is gorgeous!
I do like the scene in your last photograph.

All the best Jan
Inger said…
This sounds so peaceful. I had a grasshopper type critter join me in my car, I thought it was fun, but decided to let it out before we got to town.
kathyinozarks said…
Good morning, what a perfect day-thanks for sharing with us

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