1 Feb 2014: This morning I drifted into a gorgeous golden sunrise with Emma Macdonald in ‘The Big Bopper’ my double Kayak on Lake Burley Griffin. There wasn’t any need for speed at all as the conditions were near perfect. The temperature was spot on and the winds were non existent, these combinations made for a very enjoyable experience watching the day begin. I think that our highest warp speed was a blistering 500 metres per hour and to top it all off we were treated to a pier side coffee delivery from from Remedy which is located at the Kingston foreshore. The company was fantastic and the sunrise was brilliant…what a perfect way to start the day.
5.29am: This is shaping up to be an excellent morning.
5.35am: We are off and cruising.
I decide to take Emma for a few early morning reflections on the Molonglo River first.
Then it was a leisurely paddle towards the main basin…but most importantly there were plenty of stops to snap a few photos.
6.15am: Here we go, a golden sunrise is just starting to take place once again….just as I ordered.
Love this moment…so beautiful
The golden stepping stones of LBG
Emma and I are in no hurry at all.
In drift mode, how could you not especially when there is a sunrise like this taking place.
I love showing Canberra from a different perspective.
Now Emma is calling up ‘Remedy’ at the Kingston Foreshore to see if they can drop off a few take away coffees at the Pier.
Meanwhile we just sit back and take in the view while the brews are being made.
Daniel your a legend!…. pier side delivery. It just doesn’t get any better than this.
The corridor of reflections – Kingston Foreshore.
We eventually return back very relaxed after an extremely enjoyable morning cruising the water ways of LBG while being flat out in neutral.