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Old 03-29-16, 08:09 AM
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Originally Posted by tarwheel View Post
My wife likes to kayak and it used to be something we did together a lot. However, as mentioned, loading and hauling our kayaks places has become such a chore. We looked into getting a kayak trailer but they are very expensive and we have no place to store it when not in use. If I had a place to store a trailer, I would probably plunk down the money for one. Fortunately, I am slowly turning my wife into a cyclist and we are doing that more rather than paddling. Of course, living on the water would be ideal but that isn't in the cards.
Another problem with trailers here in NJ is that many water access points charge a fee if you trailer in any kind of boat/kayak/canoe. There are seldom fees for bringing your boat to the water on car top.
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