Well there are still a few weeks to go until our boat gets back in the water but that could not stop us from enjoying some high 70′s temps this week on the lake.
Cruising ’round a cove into the broads
As you can see from these pictures there is literally no one out on the water!
A nice shot looking towards the back of the lake.
The water is higher than usual at this time of the year due to some extra snow melt we were lucky to have from the winter.
The water is chilly, though. It has been stubbornly stuck in the high 40′s/low 50′s but is warming more recently after a string of almost 80 degree, sunny days.
It is good to be back out on the water and we cannot wait until the boat is unwrapped!
Spring has officially sprung here in NH. As camp gets closer we start stocking up on new gear for all of our campers to play with.
Below are some pictures of our new paddleboards. They are made by F-One from France and are super fun to use.
Looking shiny and fresh, straight out of the box.
The belly of the beast. Can’t wait to see our campers shred soon!
Best part…they pack up into this backpack!
Inflatable is definitely the way to go for our needs. These boards are capable of tearing it up in the ocean or in whitewater and will be more than sufficient for the lake in NH. Once inflated to 70psi, the board is stiff, light, and maneuverable.
We found this short blog post (link below) from U.S. News and World Report with advice on picking a summer camp for teens.
Navigate Summer Camp Options for Teens – US News & World Report
There are definitely tons of options out there for teens these days…we just happen to offer one that mixes fun, adrenaline, high level watersports instruction, and awesome people.