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Briery Creek Lake, Farmville, Virginia






Taking a break from our trips, to talk about a recent kayaking trip. We have had so much rain here in Virginia in the month of May. It has been so green. The funny thing is how the weather folks keep saying we are in a drought??! WHAT??! So on Monday May 9th, we took a day trip to "Briery Creek Lake", Farmville, VA. At this area there was a sign about "Trophy Largemouth Bass", so if you are fan, you might wanna check out. We are not fisherpeople, just love the kayaking experience. It was a gorgeous day! I was trying to get the picture of the osprey, the water was thinking otherwise, but I did ok... in the video below you will hear birdies, I did try to capture the osprey, but the silly bird stopped singing, it was such an interesting sound. chirp? tweet? Why does nature not working me with me, please?


Please enjoy this vlog of that day. Thanks, for stopping by, hope you enjoy the trip. Beth ( ;

Comments

eileeninmd said…
Hello Beth! Looks like a pretty spot to do your kayaking. Do you drive the truck while towing the Casita?


Happy 4th of July! Happy Monday, enjoy your new week ahead!
TexWisGirl said…
really pretty.
Sharon said…
Nice! I love kayaking. In fact, our kayak is sitting in our front yard right now. Not doing us much good there though... Happy July 4th to you!
Gunilla Bäck said…
Beautiful views from the lake. I enjoyed the video a lot.
Ruth Hiebert said…
Being on the water looks so relaxing,but since I have a fear of water that is deeper than my knees,I don't think I would be very relaxed.
Missy George said…
Pretty area. The water looks a little choppy for such a pretty day. Thanks for sharing. Happy fourth!
William Kendall said…
It looks like a very pleasant area for a paddle!
Michelle said…
Wonderful views from the kayak! Hope you have a great 4th of July!
We are in a drought in SE Ontario. It's so sad. We've been frugal with water. I love your canoeing, though. I hurt my thumb and cannot for aa few days!
(ツ) from Cottage Country Ontario , ON, Canada!
Bev said…
Ohh I love turtles!!
Linda said…
Delightful place! You mentioned Grayson Highlands. Lisa at Two Bears Farm was just there too.
don said…
Thanks for taking us on your kayaking trip.
What a beautiful place!
Patrice said…
Hey,Beth! Are you trying to reach me via email? Just making sure your account wasn't hijacked. Just send an email to my blog account telling me it is really you and I would be happy to answer. Had some strange emails lately, so I need to verify. Thanks.
We so need rain. SOme over the past 24 hours, but our lakes are shallow.
Happy 4th to you!

I love your sun glasses, and your watery travels!!!
(ツ) from Cottage Country Ontario , ON, Canada!
I so love that picture of the sunbathing turtle :)

I wish you a wonderful start to the week :)

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