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Wordless Wednesday — Enchanted Paddling

Enchanted Paddle

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19 comments on “Wordless Wednesday — Enchanted Paddling

  1. the Painted Apron
    May 1, 2013

    sigh….tranquility, it looks like a fairy tale!

    • It really does. We were kayaking on our honeymoon last year and turned the corner into this little grove of trees you see in the picture and just thought we had paddled into such a magical place!

  2. Cloches & Lavender
    May 1, 2013

    Peaceful!

  3. now at home mom
    May 1, 2013

    calm and green!

  4. SmallHouseBigGarden
    May 1, 2013

    omg! that looks so much like the areas we kayak around the Space Coast.
    Entering those little offshoots is so much like being sent back in time!
    I’m speechless…what a perfect photo for Wordless Wed.

    • Thanks! And that is quite the compliment! 🙂
      It did remind us a bit of certain areas of Florida! 🙂 It is so wonderful when you come across these offshoots, I totally know what you mean!
      Kenley

  5. leaner by the lake
    May 1, 2013

    Girl, did you canoe through this?!

    • Close. We kayaked on our honeymoon last year and came across this area while we were paddling. It was like entering a magical little world!

  6. Megan @ Pink O'Clock
    May 1, 2013

    So beautiful! Making me want to go on a kayak excursion…

  7. Humble Foodie
    May 2, 2013

    This is gorgeous. I was just thinking that I should see if I can rent a canoe locally. I used to do that in DC and could go out to Roosevelt Island. Perfect place for a picnic along the Potomac.

    • Thanks Alicia! I think renting kayaks (which is what we do) or canoes are such a wonderful way to see different parts of nature, picnic, as well as get great exercise! I love the idea of canoeing in DC! How cool! 🙂

  8. This reminds me of a scene from The Notebook!

    • 🙂 It was so beautiful to “stumble” across it — and yeah, we felt we were entering into something from a movie!
      Kenley

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