I wasn’t back more than a day from my first Kayak adventure and started planning for my 2010 trip, ~600-900km circumnavigation of Georgian Bay, the 6th Great Lake.
Trent/Severn Waterway trip was my introduction to kayaking, at the time it was unknown if I was going to enjoy it or not, turns out it was amazing and only sparked my interest even more.
Realized quickly that I prefer longer excursions, sure weekend and day trips are cool as well, I just like the planning, experience and satisfaction associated to multiple week adventures and having time to myself for 15 days of paddling provided ample opportunity to think about if/what I would do next?
Tossed a few options back and forth and decided on Georgian Bay as a logical next step to acquire skills and experience needed to do the trip I really want to do, baby steps… And no, not telling what that trip is yet, don’t want to give my Mother a heart attack.
There are some major differences between the Trent Waterway trip and this Georgian Bay trip, I will do separate posts on each.
As I did with my previous trip, keeping a blog of the planning for this trip and the trip itself.
Here we go!