Paddling for Suicide Prevention

Last weekend was PaddlePower, a two day kayak down the Connecticut River to raise money and awareness for suicide prevention. For the past 9 years, I have been a volunteer.  This year, I paddled.
My brothers and their wives, our friends, and Jeremy all paddled.  It was a very different side to see.
Being a paddler as opposed to a volunteer meant we didn’t have to be up as early which rocked.  We were able to really enjoy the morning, visiting with people, and not feeling rushed.

Paddling was easier than boat valeting, it was easier to stay to the front of the pack than we imagined.  I had a great time paddling. 
The Lugz at the end of day one.
Waiting for everyone to catch up.
The Lugz

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