Wednesday, March 31, 2021

March Video Madness

Time is definitely marching on.  Jeff and I both questioned this week, " Where did March go?"

A fun project that we engaged in this month was the scavenger hunt for The Noyo Center for Marine Science.  The scavenger hunt was a FUNdraiser to raise money for the Noyo Center and also to celebrate the annual whale festivals in a socially distant way.  We were a business sponsor for the event and we decided to give the scavenger hunt a go.  If you are not familiar with the Noyo Center, please peruse their website.  Their goals are education and conservation and they are based in our backyard - Fort Bragg, California.  All donations are greatly appreciated and we see the results of the money directly in educational programs for all ages and conservation projects like help the kelp.  The center is also raising money to build a state of the art marine science center that will showcase the skeleton of a 70' blue whale that our community worked hard to preserve.

A glance at our YouTube Channel will also show what we've been up to.  There is something for everyone this month there.  I have edited 7 new videos (and 8th one is about to be uploaded later this week).

For the sea kayak rock gardening and surfing audience, I created Vitamin Sea Mendocino -

For fans of the natural beauty of the Mendocino Coast, check out 2 new public lands that have been preserved by another one of our favorite local nonprofits - The Mendocino Land Trust.  

Do you want to go on an adventure with Jeff and I?  Join us virtually for a tandem sea kayak journey from LFK Headquarters to Glass Beach.  Our goal was whale watching but the whales did not want to be seen.  I was on camera duty and Jeff enjoyed taking me for a sporty ride on the sea.

It is getting to be time for our annual spring run off trip . . . we are both very ready for a change of scenery.  As we make plans, we reminisce on previous spring run off trips.  Check out this sea kayak adventure on Oregon's John Day River.  My favorite scenes are the big horn sheep lambs.

If you enjoy our videos, be sure to subscribe to Liquid Fusion Kayaking's YouTube Channel. As you watch our videos, give us a thumbs up and please leave comments.  This keeps us motivated and inspired to keep producing videos.

Liquid Fusion Kayaking's Cate and Jeff tandem sea kayaking into Glass Beach on the Mendocino Coast of California.

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