Hi All - Kimberly, VT staff here. We have an interview opportunity with a high profile US magazine and need your help. We're looking for a member who is an active paddleboarder. Is that you? If so, please email me ASAP!
Kimberley, Start using our VT search: Member Search PJ
Thanks, PJ. In the US, paddleboarding is where you stand up on a surfboard and use a paddle to help you move across the ocean. It is not like kayaking, because with kayaking, you sit. It looks like this. google.com/imgres?imgurl=htt... It may have another name in other countries?
PJ Kayak and paddleboarder is not the same thing as I do think you know, I am kayaking and know next to nothing about paddleboarding.
Thanks, I still learn new things each day. How about: "Paddle board in Lamai samui" - Paddletime's Profile (found throygh keywords search Keyword Search. PJ
lol ...yes we hope to be able to pick up a few things each day. Yes that is one ...but his page has a last login in 2010 and really not a page. Just 4 photos ..
We need to add an "active in the last .... days" part in the VT member search. Would be handy at times. PJ
How about: "The College Scholars" - karenincalifornia's Profile PJ
;-) I think you did hit one PJ Btw ...you will beat Denmark at the european championships.
I just saw we play against Germany in a week or so. One of the classic battles :) PJ
Btw after a back injury to our number one keeper we have a included the son of Peter Schmeichel to our squad Kasper Schmeichel maybe they can pull off the 92 upset of the great nations ones more?
"Post Theft!" - could it be a signal that few people are interested in the subject?
Well, I am sure you mean the standup paddleboarder as just using the term paddleboard reminds me of my youth at Lake Gregory in Crestline, CA. Paddleboards were a at least a 4-5 inch thick flat board shaped more like the shape of a destroyer but only about 12 feet in length. There is a race from Catalina Island to the mainland of California since 1928 called the Catalina Classic. As for what the other version is called is Stand Up Paddleboarding or SUP for short. Suping ocean waves and even calm waters, I knew in the 60's on the shores of Kailua, Oahu Hawaii and now is becoming a hot sport even on rivers. Boards can be more tapered similiar to a surfboard but some can be at least 12 feet long for better balance. One thing for certain, the view is much better standing up and your arms and lower legs are not in the water for shark bait. :-)