Spring has sprung and the temps are warm. In addition to the weather and the scenery changing, the Kayak Oklahoma Blog is changing too. The Blogger-required migration from the old blog address of http://www.oklahomaroadtrips.com/paddle.htm to the new URL of http://kayak.oklahomaroadtrips.com/ did not go completely without hickups...however it seems to be working now. Please let me know if you have any problems with the webpage or news feed after you have updated your own bookmarks and subscriptions.
Recent rains have many Oklahoma area rivers running and great levels for canoe and kayak trips. As of today, you can find great water levels on the following area rivers: the Illinois River, the Caddo River, the Upper Mt. Fork River, the Lower Mt. Fork River, and the Glover River in Oklahoma, plus the Upper Buffalo River, the Kings River and the White River in Arkansas. Check the main OklahomaRoadTrips.com site for details on these rivers.
To paraphrase the folks at Blogger.com - embrace the changing season for you surely cannot stop it from occuring!
Got a comment on the recent changes, hit the new site and leave us a comment. We may not have to sunset this blog after all!