Another successful day - at the campground, toilets flushed, water poured and lights lit! It really is a nice place, in a beautiful setting, but is in serious need of good management and some basic maintenance! On the kayak front, Geezer Al continued toward his level 3 instructor certification and Mike played along with the other big kids! VERY informative and useful information and the two instructors, Tom Nickels and Rick Wiebush are top shelf! I'm going to be proud to say they were my mentor instructors.
After a long day in the sun and sea, nothing is better than a Guinness or 3, the best corned beef and cabbage I have ever had (sorry, Mom)and some live music at Culhanes again. Check them out http://cinematicarts.org/newsite/. The Food Networks Guy Fieri (Diners, Drive-ins and Dives)calls it "The Best Irish Pub and Restaurant" and the Geezers agree!
Tomorrow morning, Mike will get Al headed off for assessment day (testing for his instructor rating) and will pack up the Geezer abode and the Geezermobile to begin the ride to the icy north. I have not had long pants and regular shoes on since the end of February - it's going to be a tough adjustment!
Enroute home, we will spend a few nights camped in Myrtle Beach for some kayaking and naturalizing before beginning the final trek to Albany. Keep following us, because who knows what will happen!