Lets go paddling!!! Kualoa to Kahana Valley 2011 Plus a special presentation

Aloha Paddlers!!

Our last paddle, Heeia Pier to Kualoa Park,  was another good one, although a bit on the windy side with 15-20 MPH wind with some higher gusts and lots of surf from Kepapa Island over to Chinaman’s Hat.  Our outing for this coming weekend will be on Saturday, July 2 and we’ll be paddling from Kualoa Beach Park up the east side of the island inside the reef past beautiful Kaawa valley to Kahana Bay.  If conditions remain as forecast, it’ll be light winds of around 10 MPH so we’ll be able to paddle inside or outside the reef and enjoy an easy, scenic outing.

At Kaawa Valley, there is a great little surf spot where we can catch small to medium size waves, so it’ll be a good spot to spend a bit of time polishing up on all of our surf skills and having some fun.

So, as for trip details………………..

Kualoa Park To Kahana Valley, up Kahana Stream  6.1 miles to Kahana,  about a mile up the stream and back for a total paddling distance of  7 miles.  Meet Saturday Morning, July 2, 8 AM at Kualoa Beach Park in the parking lot near the first restroom building.

Shuttle cars to Kahana will leave at 8:20 AM, and we’ll paddle away from the beach at 9 AM.  We should finish up at between noon and 1 PM.

If conditions hold as they are supposed to, it’ll be a good outing with 10 MPH trades, so I’ll look forward to seeing you all there!

On Friday, July  8 at 6:30 PM we will be having a special presentation done at our store by John Gray, who was running Kayak Tours of  Molokai’s North Shore back in the 1980s (before anyone else was doing tours in Hawaii) and then graduated to being the pioneer of  Sea Cave Exploration tours by kayak of the “Hong Sea Caves” near Phuket Thailand, then pioneered Kayak tours in the Philippine Islands and Vietnam and also has many other adventures and accomplishments to his credit.

Aloha,

Bob Twogood (President)
134 B Hamakua DriveKailua, Hawaii 96734
www.twogoodkayaks.com
Ph   808-262-5656
Fax   808-261-3111

 

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Lets go paddling!!! Kualoa to Kahana Valley 2011 Plus a special presentation

Aloha Paddlers!!

Our last paddle, Heeia Pier to Kualoa Park,  was another good one, although a bit on the windy side with 15-20 MPH wind with some higher gusts and lots of surf from Kepapa Island over to Chinaman’s Hat.  Our outing for this coming weekend will be on Saturday, July 2 and we’ll be paddling from Kualoa Beach Park up the east side of the island inside the reef past beautiful Kaawa valley to Kahana Bay.  If conditions remain as forecast, it’ll be light winds of around 10 MPH so we’ll be able to paddle inside or outside the reef and enjoy an easy, scenic outing.

At Kaawa Valley, there is a great little surf spot where we can catch small to medium size waves, so it’ll be a good spot to spend a bit of time polishing up on all of our surf skills and having some fun.

So, as for trip details………………..

Kualoa Park To Kahana Valley, up Kahana Stream  6.1 miles to Kahana,  about a mile up the stream and back for a total paddling distance of  7 miles.  Meet Saturday Morning, July 2, 8 AM at Kualoa Beach Park in the parking lot near the first restroom building.

Shuttle cars to Kahana will leave at 8:20 AM, and we’ll paddle away from the beach at 9 AM.  We should finish up at between noon and 1 PM.

If conditions hold as they are supposed to, it’ll be a good outing with 10 MPH trades, so I’ll look forward to seeing you all there!

On Friday, July  8 at 6:30 PM we will be having a special presentation done at our store by John Gray, who was running Kayak Tours of  Molokai’s North Shore back in the 1980s (before anyone else was doing tours in Hawaii) and then graduated to being the pioneer of  Sea Cave Exploration tours by kayak of the “Hong Sea Caves” near Phuket Thailand, then pioneered Kayak tours in the Philippine Islands and Vietnam and also has many other adventures and accomplishments to his credit.

Aloha,

Bob Twogood (President)
134 B Hamakua DriveKailua, Hawaii 96734
www.twogoodkayaks.com
Ph   808-262-5656
Fax   808-261-3111

 

Sorry, comments are closed for this post.