The kayaking season may be over but the memories are still fresh
I’m back in London now. Back in a desk. Back at work. And I can’t help thinking about the season that has just passed. I’m going to use this last blog post as an opportunity to say my thank you’s to all the rad people I met this summer (that includes you). From the guests – to the crew – to the locals of Saint Anna, I truly feel lucky to have been involved in the Do The North kayaking season.
As the title implies this is a love note to my summer in Saint Anna, so here it goes:
I had high hopes of writing the blog regularly and getting out on the water as much as possible, however just like any other job the work got in the way. Regardless, I had a blast learning about how to improve my paddling technique (though I sometimes begrudgingly took criticism), introducing mac n’ cheese (homemade of course!) for a captivated Swedish, Finnish and British dinner audience, and unintentionally buil