I had an experience last night that I would like to share with you. I have mentioned my “Mermaids” before, four women consisting of three sisters and one friend. Two of them swim EVERY day in the lake as long as the water is not ice and two sisters join them in the warmer months. The leader of the pack, Heidi, sent me an email Wednesday asking if I would like to go on a Moonlight paddle with them on Thursday night. I have never kayaked my lake at night and I have lived here 24 years. It scared me a little as I could not foresee how we would see each other in the dark even though I was asked to bring a flashlight. I was being given an opportunity I never thought I would have so I decided to jump in with both feet. The beach is right in front of my house so it is not far to walk but I brought my walker as I figured at night, I would not see all the bumps and holes and the walker would keep me safe. I was grateful that I listened to that inner guidance. The walker also gave me a seat to sit on as I was watching the entire goings on. It was such a treat as a couple of people took my kayak off its holder and brought it to edge of the lake for me.
There were 9 kayaks, and 1 canoe which appeared intermittently and some were already outlined with small lights and some were joining in and sharing all kinds of lights and equipment as they made some with tall masts and some with different themes. They chose Hawaii for me and proceeded to put (candle lights) on my kayak, a grass skirt and a Hawaiian hat on me. I had nothing to do but sit and enjoy all the comradery and bantering going on. Then we got out in the water. Because I had people who would push me, I was able to get in my kayak without getting my feet wet. That was great as I felt a lot warmer with dry feet. We could not see the full moon yet but we slowly pushed out with a lot of laughing as we tried to avoid one another while waiting for the next kayak to join us. The canoe is not as easy to maneuver as a kayak so we were all more aware of that family as both parents had an oar to use with their child in the middle. We let them lead the parade so we could avoid them and yet include them.
What an experience to be out in the water when it is dark. There are no boundaries because we could not see the edges of the lake. To me, it felt and seemed like a much smaller lake and I was out in the middle of it and yet it did not feel that way. When I kayak, I am alone and I stay pretty close to shore just in case. As we kayaked, the moon came into view and the teenagers started to bay at the moon. What fun that was. It was only 7pm so we were not really disturbing anyone.
I can’t explain how I felt, it was so magical. We were kayaking much slower than I usually do and it felt almost like a dream. I have had some very special experiences when I kayak and this trip went right to the top three most memorable. I felt so fortunate: first to be invited to join this much younger crowd and then the never to be forgotten experience. As I kayaked, it felt like my oars were cutting through the water much like a knife on soft butter. There was much laughter, baying at the moon and also absolute quiet which increased the mysteriousness of this quest. Imagine sharing two special gifts from Mother Nature like the water and the moon which are quite special to me. This was a gift I will never forget and I so wanted to share it with you.
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