Experience Maine with Coastal Kayaking Tours

Written by Monica Marty


Are you an avid kayaker? Do you love to travel? Are you searching for a way to experience sea kayaking while taking inrepparttar scenic views ofrepparttar 150031 Eastern U.S. coast? Then sea kayaking in Maine is right up your alley. Set your sites forrepparttar 150032 Maine. It has a striking coastline and waters sure to satisfy any kayaker.

Instead of arbitrarily dropping your kayak inrepparttar 150033 sea off of Maineís coast, take a moment to considerrepparttar 150034 services of Coastal Kayaking Tours. Located in Bar Harbor, Maine this outfitter provides guided sea kayaking tours. The company has been inrepparttar 150035 kayak business for over twenty years and promotes an atmosphere of fun and adventure.

Have you just started kayaking and are hesitant about paddling onrepparttar 150036 sea coast? Donít worry. Coastal Kayaking Tours provides kayak tours for kayakers of all levels. They have sunset and harbor trips as well as extended camping adventures. Looking for shorter trips? They have half day and full day trips available. Do you want to kayak with your family or are you planning a company retreat? Family and group kayaking tour packages are also offered. All kayaking levels and trip plans can be accommodated through Coastal Kayaking Tours.

Are you new to kayaking and need to purchase a kayak? Coastal Kayaking Tours sells used kayaks that are affordable and of high quality. You can also purchase other kayaking equipment such as life vests, paddles, and spray skirts.

"In Search of Golf's Bad Habits"

Written by Jim McLellan


Nowhere in recorded history is there witness to a babyís first words being, "Give me a cigarette and a shot of whiskey." Mini humans are not born with these vices. They are acquired. But, heck, you knew that. Let's assume thatrepparttar babe adds a few years to his/her life and bumps intorepparttar 149976 game of golf. The stars and planets are inrepparttar 149977 correct alignment and Sam Snead becomes his golfing bud. Everyday they play golf. The "babe" watches Sam's sweet swing. Sam offers no advice.

The young prodigy watchesrepparttar 149978 master, noticesrepparttar 149979 still head,repparttar 149980 full backswing and follow through. Through osmosis,repparttar 149981 rhythm, andrepparttar 149982 tempo ofrepparttar 149983 swing become part of his swing. Soon, they are both "swinging to music."

Onrepparttar 149984 other hand, letís sayrepparttar 149985 pup doesn't have this phenomenal happenstance and falls intorepparttar 149986 traps and pitfalls of other ways to "learn"repparttar 149987 golf swing. He takes golf lessons, reads books, and devours golf magazine (and Internet) tips These methods addressrepparttar 149988 thinking part ofrepparttar 149989 brain,repparttar 149990 cerebrum. Motor skills are not acquired with this part ofrepparttar 149991 brain. In paragraph two above,repparttar 149992 golf swing is learnedrepparttar 149993 correct way. The swing is consistent, powerful, reliable, accurate, low maintenance, simple, and will last a life time.

In paragraph three above,repparttar 149994 swing is contrived, complex, confusing, inconsistent, lacks power, and is never understood. The recipient is addicted to searching forrepparttar 149995 swing thatrepparttar 149996 "lucky" kid owns. Those who haverepparttar 149997 "paragraph two" golf swing do not read golf tips and do not take golf lessons. Those who have acquired bad habits throughrepparttar 149998 incorrect approach to findingrepparttar 149999 mysterious beautiful golf swing keep returning torepparttar 150000 source of their bad habits. This, ladies and gentlemen, isrepparttar 150001 first sign of insanity. Are you starting to get it?

Scooooot up a little closer - sorepparttar 150002 Anti-Pros words don't fall onrepparttar 150003 floor before they reach your hammer, anvil, and stirrup...YOU ARE NOT BORN WITH BAD GOLF HABITS...YOU ACQUIRE THEM from some golf pros, bad advice, magazine golf tips, golf books, etc.

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