Comments and Discussion
Narrative: Do you know what Fl R 4s 20ft 4M "42" or G "39" Fl G 2.5s mean? No? Maybe you used to, but it's fallen through your brain sieve? This short clinic may be just the thing for you. We'll interpret the obscure notations and have some fun learning about beacons and buoys. This will be a short (about 30 minute), interactive class. Join us before the potluck to add to your chart reading skills and hopefully your appreciation of the absurd.
DON'T LET THE POTLUCK HOLD YOU BACK. Make an easy dish for tonight's potluck and join us.
Meeting Time: 5:25:00 PM
Launch Time: 5:30:00 PM
Type of activity: Class
Put in: TBD
Take out: Same as Put in ...
Route Alternative for bad weather: Ummm.....
Minimum Immersion protection: None
Primary Organizer: Dick and Karen Cogburn
Has organizer paddled here before? Yes
Has organizer led an OOPS paddle here before? Yes
Organizer's first aid and CPR current? Yes
First Aid /CPR Person:
Maximum number of paddlers: 12
I certify that I understand and will conduct this activity in accordance with the OOPS Activity Policy: Yes
Estimated Air Temperature: 60
Estimated Water Temperature: Does it really matter?
Estimated Water Time (including breaks/lunch): 30 minutes of dry time
Tide times & heights:
Wind strength: Level 1: 0-7 knots (8 mph)
Swell/Surf size: Level 1: Under 1' waves, no breaking waves
Sea state: Level 1: Waves up to the deck seam; water glassy to rippled, no whitecaps
Landing types: Level 1: Frequent easy landing opportunities including gently sloping, sand, gravel or grass
Currents: Level 1: None or mild (less than 1 knot)
Total distance: Level 1: Up to 6 miles
Open crossing: Level 1: No open crossing
Overall rating: Level 1
Oregon Ocean Paddling SocietyPortland, Oregon