1. Look where you want to go. 2. PADDLE, PADDLE, PADDLE. 3. Never fall in love with a plan.

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1. Look where you want to go. 2. PADDLE, PADDLE, PADDLE. 3. Never fall in love with a plan.

The Three Fundamental Rules of Whitewater Paddling: 1. Look where you want to go. 2. PADDLE, PADDLE, PADDLE. 3. Never fall in love with a plan.

1. Look where you want to go. 2. PADDLE, PADDLE, PADDLE. 3. Never fall in love with a plan.

Over the years. I’ve seen guys trying to get their women into WhiteWater paddling. At the put-in, guys give endless instructions & I see their lady’s eyes gloss over. It hit me one day – let’s uncomplicate the deal. I came up with the 3 rules for paddling white water. Very simple. When you think of it, also applies to life. In whitewater, if you’re looking at the big rock – Guess what, that’s where you go. If you’re not engaged & don’t have your paddle in the water, guess what. If your plan is blown, be ready to move on to something different fast.

When you think of it, also applies to life. In whitewater, if you’re looking at the big rock – Guess what, that’s where you go. If you’re not engaged & don’t have your paddle in the water, guess what. If your plan is blown, be ready to move on to something different fast.

Good rules for life too, n’est-ce-pas?

Here I am, paddling the Locust Fork River in north Alabama today (April 1, 2017) – a perfect spring bluebird day. Who knew Alabama can look this good?

Send me a comment, and I’ll send you the next photo in the series…

Also, I may add – that I’m 100% against loosening any environmental regulations on ANY industry.  Time after time, after immense environmental damage, industry proves they cannot police themselves.  Upstream of the whitewater section, there are many chicken plants.  I’m not sure what all the chicken plant industry do to ensure their wastewater is clean. Knowing Alabama’s environmental department, it’s not many.

We paddlers rate the river quality of the Locust Fork by the chicken scale.  Bad day – 3 chickens.  Better day – 2 chickens.

If you don’t want to help me pay my rent by buying a t-shirt, please google “Friends of the Locust Fork” and make a donation.