Recent Examples of kayak from the Web
Much of the rest of the letter is devoted to recommendations on how to manage Alsop Meadows should another canoe and kayak tour operator want to use it.
Mr. Pool Repair, http://www.mrpoolrepair.com. For fun or fishing Glide effortlessly over lakes and ponds in a kayak built for one … or two.
Whereas most guests to the area head out on large motorboats to track pods of orcas and humpbacks, Butterfield & Robinson takes the excitement up a few notches in their kayaks.
That means that every paddle of a kayak creates a wave of glowing light, every wake left by a neighboring boat has a glowing trail and, most excitingly, every splash of a mullet sets off a small light show.
Later, after Correiar was rescued by a family on a small sailboat and ultimately the Coast Guard, onlookers told him that the shark appeared as large as his 14-foot kayak.
Fishers is planning a 70-acre public park and beach at tony Geist Reservoir, a sandy sanctuary offering paddle board and kayak rentals, a biking trail, volleyball and a natural habitat for bird watching.
A man who jumped into the DuPage River Saturday afternoon and got caught in the current was rescued by a Naperville police officer in a kayak, police said.
The beach’s quartz sand is softest near the water’s edge, but nature lovers will be drawn to both the boardwalk and kayak paths through the trees.
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Origin and Etymology of kayak
First Known Use: 1757
KAYAK Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of kayak for English Language Learners
: a long narrow boat that is pointed at both ends and that is moved by a paddle with two blades
KAYAK Defined for Kids
Definition of kayak for Students
: a small boat that is pointed at both ends, holds one or two people, and is moved by a paddle with two blades
Headscratcher for kayak
Kayak is spelled the same forward and backward.
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