Editor's Note: A big shout out to Melissa DeMarie and Liz Meheve of California Women's Watersport Collective for some of the photos featured in this post! You guys are awesome! The Tsunami Rangers have a tradition of training in the trees. One of … [Continue reading] about The Outdoor Gym – Kayak Fitness That’s Free and Wild!
Over the years Life beats us up. Not whining, just stating facts. Therefore, it is SO GOOD to be around women who remind me of my younger self: rowdy, boisterous, athletic, outdoorsy, a little bit raunchy, funny, fun, supportive, smart and creative, … [Continue reading] about Crossing Over – Four Days Kayaking the Rogue River of Southern Oregon
On May 8 I went kayaking with whales. Because it was a spur of the moment decision I didn’t go over to the coast and spend the night as I’ve done before so it was necessary to leave at about 3:30 am in order to get to Trinidad Harbor by 8. I love the … [Continue reading] about Whale Watching From a Kayak – Gray Whales in Trinidad Harbor
By Nancy Soares and John Lull "The best way to study geology is by kayak" – Tsunami Ranger Capt. Tortuga You probably don’t know this, but Capt. Tortuga and Tsunami Ranger John Lull are geologists by trade. On Monday, April 9, John and I … [Continue reading] about Kayaking Angel Island – It’s All About the Blueschist
Capt. Kuk: It has been a long progression for Nancy over the last 22 years and even though she was always capable of gaining the skills to be a Ranger, she chose to keep some separation to give Eric space. Starting with her martial arts and … [Continue reading] about Tsunami Retreat 2017 Part 3 – Holy Shibooty! I Become a Tsunami Ranger