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many east coast paddleboarding events, Bos paddles with his
wife, and their crew, near their second home on Oak Island.
Julie Hurley and Mari Kittredge live on the sound, down
the street from Bos’s favorite put-in across from the Blockade
They, too, paddleboard for the thrill. But, their thrills have
a different bent.
“I got into it as a way to get away from motors and roads
and buildings,” Hurley said. She and her husband, Mike, their
nine-year-old son, Jackson, and their lively, one-year-old Golden
Doodle, Bella, share boards on barrier island cruises. “It’s something we can do as a family. It’s our Sunday morning church.”
Hurley, just shy of 50, is pretty uninhibited. Although fancy
paddleboarding gear exists, it’s not necessary. And, Hurley
doesn’t do unnecessary.
“If I have a moment, and the conditions are right, I’m going
to go,” she said. “I’ll take off my high heels on the dock and
jump on the board.”
She has also been known to do a “sun salutation” or two
after she gets underway.
“I’m more into it for the exploration and ‘zen’ of it. It’s so
meditative and immersed in nature,” Hurley said.
She and Jackson have seen as many as 42 sharks on one
excursion. Loggerheads, skates, rays, horse conchs and dozens
of species of birds have also made many lists.
Kittredge lives across the street from Hurley and has been
paddleboarding for four years. Now at 50, with her daughter
in college, and her newfound nursing career in full swing, decompression is a must.
“I paddleboard to remind me that I’m grateful for being
here on this planet in this beautiful spot. After leaving the hospital, where things aren’t very pretty, I jump on the board, explore the marsh, and just let go,” says Kittredge.
She’ll slip her sleek Carbon Teak Voyager in the water anytime the weather’s right, but some of her favorite trips are full
moon cruises with friends.
“Paddling at night under the moon is gorgeous beyond be-
lief. It’s like floating around in a painting.”
There are lots of reasons to paddle. But, scenery seems to be
at the root of every reason.
“Paddleboarding offers 360 degrees of beauty,” Kittredge
said. “There’s just nothing like it. When you’re out there with
the sunsets and sunrises, your jaw drops.”