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Most Recently Added and Updated Albums
Pool time sessions in Port Angeles.
Pool Time 10/2021
23 photos - updated 4/16/2023
Time to give the Training Fund a cash infusion. And we certainly did with our garage sale!
OPP Garage Sale 7/14 to 7/16/22
7 photos - updated 4/16/2023
May 2022 Pool Session
May 2022 Pool Session
9 photos - updated 4/16/2023
What a fun, crazy day on Lake Crescent. The kayak games were a fun way to share goofs, hone skills, and laugh a LOT! Thanks, Keri and the OPP board for putting this together!
Lake Crescent Kayak Rodeo
49 photos - updated 4/16/2023
A light clean-up during our paddle on Marrowstone Island
Kinney Pt. WWT Campsite Clean-up 7/7/22
11 photos - updated 4/16/2023
OPP now has an identifying sign at Marilyn Nelson County Park. We've adopted this beach for annual clean-ups. Thanks Cathy Hathaway for spearheading this & Jim Benson for getting it all started.
Adopt-a-Beach Sign Installation
11 photos - updated 4/16/2023
A productive time was had by all. We gathered at Susan's and used our combined experience and creativity to improve deck lines and repair dry suit gaskets. Nan's brownies were "the icing on the cake."
Gasket and Deck Line Workshop
10 photos - updated 4/16/2023
Three days of skills training at Lake Crescent with Deb Volturno resulted in lots of increased abilities and feelings of accomplishment. Thanks for a great three days, Deb!
Deb Volturno Skills Training 7-9-21
13 photos - updated 4/16/2023
What a fun paddle! We don't usually launch from the Port Townsend Boat Haven, but it offers a different view and options for paddles.
Boat Haven to Fort Worden 8/1/22
11 photos - updated 1/2/2023
It's always fun to have time to experiment with new skills, hone old ones, and learn from each other in the beautiful waters of Lake Crescent.
Lake Crescent Play Day 7/29/22
5 photos - updated 1/2/2023
One of our favorite "go-to" paddles in our own back yard!
Dungeness Lighthouse 7/18/22
9 photos - updated 1/2/2023
Log Cabin Lake Crescent Easy Peasy Paddle 6/11-22
11 photos - updated 1/2/2023
This time of year is always good for eagle watching on Hood Canal as the Plainfin Midshipman fish come in to breed and the eagles come in to eat them!
Point Whitney to Jackson Cove 6-6-22
25 photos - updated 7/29/2022
Glass Beach 5-30-2022
11 photos - updated 5/30/2022
Beautiful day on the water for 13 kayakers. Just enough wave action to be fun. Landing at Salt Creek was interesting because tide was high. We could paddle farther up Salt Creek than I've ever been.
Freshwater Bay to Crescent Beach 1/17/22
19 photos - updated 1/19/2022
Originally Port Ludlow with NSSKA, changed to Marrowstone with NSSKA, changed to East Beach/Lk Crescent without NSSKA due to tsunami warning, then finally Storm King because of slide on East Beach Rd!
Lake Crescent 1/15/22
12 photos - updated 1/19/2022
Hood Head's Dragon
10 photos - updated 10/27/2021
A beautiful fall day at Lake Crescent.
Lake Crescent Oct 2021 Paddle
19 photos - updated 10/20/2021
Great paddle in exceptionally calm conditions. We saw river otters, seals, herons, harlequin ducks and a rhinoceros auklet. No surf at all at Tongue Point. Now THAT's incredible!
Freshwater Bay to Crescent Beach 9/20/21
27 photos - updated 9/21/2021
A fun paddle to explore behind Bywater Bay and take gifts to the Hood Head Dragon. A LARGE group of 17 kayakers launched from Shine Tidelands State Park at the west end of the Hood Canal Bridge.
Hood Head Dragon 9/13/21
17 photos - updated 9/21/2021
Lake Crescent paddle.  Wind picked up to whitecaps.  Fast paddle back to launch area.
Lake Crescent 08202021
6 photos - updated 8/20/2021
Dosewallips State Park 8-16-21
30 photos - updated 8/16/2021
This was a friends paddle organized by Ed Urbanski after 2 tries to do it as a Saturday paddle...both times cancelled due to high winds and/or rain.
Bioluminescence paddle at Ajax
10 photos - updated 8/9/2021
11 paddlers launched from Salisbury Pt. County Park & paddled NE to a beach where we usually see moon snails. About 6.5 nm total. Mission accomplished, and Franklin's gulls, herons, otters & more!
Moon Snail Beach 7/26/21
18 photos - updated 7/28/2021
We launched from Irondale Beach on a beautiful warm day. We went about 3 miles north to a beach just north of Ft Townsend State Park for lunch, with Mt. Baker, otters and a heron our lunch companions.
Irondale Beach 7/19/21
15 photos - updated 7/20/2021
A foggy start to a great paddle. It lifted as we were arriving at lunch. Highlight was seeing an osprey dive +/- 20' off Susan's bow, get a fish and get chased by an eagle trying to steal its lunch!
East Beach to Marrowstone Point 7-12-21
13 photos - updated 7/12/2021
What a great way to start Monday Paddles after a YEAR's hiatus (thank you, Covid.) Six paddlers launched from East Beach on Marrowstone Is. & paddled south to LipLip Point for lunch before returning.
East Beach to LipLip Point 4-26-21
15 photos - updated 4/27/2021
March 2021 Lake Crescent Paddle
Lake Crescent
12 photos - updated 3/25/2021
Five of us left Pt. Whitney looking for eagles, or anything, really. This time of year the plainfin midshipmen fish come into the canal to breed and the eagles come to eat the fish. Not this time tho.
Pt. Whitney to Jackson Cove 3/22/21
19 photos - updated 3/25/2021
Pt Whitney March 2021
4 photos - updated 3/25/2021