Yes! Sounds wonderful. I need practice in a new kayak and do not have cold water immersion clothing. Great idea.
Yes, I would participate and pay a $25 fee. I also think the time should be broken into two sessions.
Yes, bracing and edging. $25 is reasonable. Maybe some sessions by skill level (beginner, etc).
Yes (2) for Lynda and myself. It would be a great way to practice rolls, sculling, bracing, rescues, and all different skills.
Count me in! I’m a yes if the day and time are right. Dumb question, do we need to bring our own kayaks or do we use a select few already there?
I’m a YES on this topic. Let’s go play in the pool with our boats
I am also game for this. It would be nice to practice rescues and rolls without having to wear a drysuit at this time of year. The pool session becomes less appealing to me as our weather and waters warm up.
I am up for it and yes, we would not expect the same people in the water for 4 hours
I would be interested in pool rescue-self-rescue practice. Did you know that pool is hot, I took rolling class session one time, you just need bathing suit.
Depending on the time/day, I would be interested in attending a pool session like the one described. I'd mostly be interested in rolling practice/instruction but would be game for brushing up on some rescues, too. $25 a person sounds fair to me. One thing: Four hours sounds like a long time in a pool setting, so the idea of possibly splitting that time into shifts sounds good. For instance, first wave of people at 10 am, second wave at noon, or something like that. Thanks.