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Saint Paddle's Day

It's that time of year again. If you pay close attention, you might spot little men in green suits paddle their way down the Cape Fear River. Ok, perhaps you won't spot them on the river, but if you go Downtown on March 17th, chances are good you'll see some walking the streets. February was a bit of a spring tease, with near record breaking temps. March, with it's transition to Daylight Savings Time, and see sawing temperatures, is really the transition month. Here we are smack in the middle of it, with freezing temps last night and warmer weather on tap for the weekend. While April and May are great months to be out on the water, March is one of my favorites for paddling. For one thing, with tourist season yet to begin, the waterways are still relatively quiet. It's also a good month to watch for migrating water fowl. Kayak camping is also enjoyable this time of year, because insect life has yet to get active and we have the benefit of longer days. So, break out your paddle and boat and enjoy a little luck of the Irish this weekend! 

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