I am a grandmother paddling alone over 2,500 miles from Maine to Guatemala. Along the way I will be:
- telling the story of the children who live in the Guatemala City garbage dump community
- honoring their entrepreneurial mothers
- talking about the success of the Safe Passage model school and
- raising funds for additional grades for the school.

Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Paddle Day 50: High Winds Lead to Change of Plans and Plenty of Paddling Women

Rock Hall women spring a surprise welcome!
Started out before dawn to paddle with the tide from Chesterton to Eastern Neck.

Monday, October 20, 2014

Paddle Day 49: Frost, New Paddling Friends and Maryland!

New friend, Laura, paddles out to meet me!
There was frost on the ground before sunrise, as Carlene drove me to my kayak at Beterton Beach.

Heath, Portage and Yet Another Small Craft Advisory!

Looks like summer still at Reboboth Beach
Busy day dealing with medical issues and portaging the kayak.

Friday, October 17, 2014

Paddle Day 48: Melancholy Day, River not Bay, and New State!

Leaving Money Island with help from Megan and the Money Island Marina
Paddling on a cool, overcast day - a melancholy day.

Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Adventures of Papito Amistoso: Chapter Five

Dear Children at Safe Passage and everywhere around the world,
Me telling my new friends about my adventures as we play on the kayak.
It has been an exciting few weeks since New York City and then visiting Deb's grandchildren.

Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Paddle Day 47: Warmer, Windy and Barren

Delaware Bay or The Arctic?  Hard to tell.
It's almost like paddling in the Arctic.

Paddle Day 46: Wet, Cold, Rainy Marsh

Margo and Jill making their outrigger canoes fly!
Easy paddling with the current and a following breeze, but cold and wet.