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Thursday, December 9, 2010

Kayak Breakfast at Belews Lake

Being a power plant lake where water is used to cool energy-producing turbines, the heated water at Belews Lake is much warmer than ambient air temperatures. The result is a three-foot deep blanket of warm air - perfect for the kayaker! Ethereal images are created as a warm fog hangs over the lake and “steam devils” dance across its surface. Wildlife including birds, deer and beavers are frequently seen as you paddle to breakfast. Kayaks and all required gear will be provided, as well as instruction, nature guide, and a hot, mid-morning breakfast along the shoreline. We will begin at 7:30 am and directions to where we launch will be provided upon registration. We will expect to conclude around noon. This trip is appropriate for beginners as well as experienced paddlers. Your natural history guide is a Certified Level 3 Coastal Kayak Instructor. Members: $40/Non Members: $50. December 11, 2010 & January 15, 2011 Brochure

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