An almost empty tank means it’s time to go paddling in Massachusetts

Unsettled weather the past week cancelled out two of the paddles I wanted to do, so when the sun came out I was eager to get going. I did short stretches of both the Pachaug and the Chicopee rivers, the former in Griswold, CT, and the latter in Wilbraham, MA. Because gas is cheaper in Massachusetts than in Connecticut (by nearly 20 cents a gallon!) I try to plan something up there about the time the tank’s getting empty. All I need is enough for the 20 to 30 miles it takes me to get across the state line.

Some photos, the first is by Douglas Sokol, the others are mine:ronchicopee2.jpegcIMG_4708cIMG_4705cIMG_4637c IMG_4720c IMG_0759c IMG_0756c IMG_0750c IMG_0745c IMG_0714c

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One Response to An almost empty tank means it’s time to go paddling in Massachusetts

  1. James Gregory says:

    Neat pix, Ato Ron!!!!

    Like

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