Recent Examples of kayak from the Web
There are also lovely beaches where kayaks are available to rent.
The improvements include replacement of the old picnic shelter with two new ones, the addition of a fully accessible canoe and kayak launch pier, a new seawall, and an expansion of the beach.
One year after a new ADA-accessible canoe and kayak launch was dedicated on Deep River in Hobart, vandals have stripped it of its full functional use and there are no native plantings as specified in a grant, a city official said Monday.
For an unforgettable experience, rent a kayak and explore the five-mile Estero Bay paddling trail.
An article last Sunday about the Apostle Islands in Wisconsin misidentified the launching point for the writer’s kayak trip.
Water in the streets of the Savanna community in Weston was up to 18 inches, prompting at least one person to venture out in a kayak to navigate the road.
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.
The new company will also take over the marina, which includes the dockside store, canoes, kayaks and houseboat rentals.
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Origin and Etymology of kayak
First Known Use: 1757See Words from the same year
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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