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SANTANA and The Doobie Brothers from On The Water

When:
Sunday, July 07, 2019, 5:30 PM until 10:30 PM
Where:
Lake's Edge Boat House docks at Hughes Landing
1970 Hughes Landing Boulevard
The Woodlands, TX  77381
Contact(s):
Kent Walters
Category:
Trips
Registration is recommended
No Fee
WHAT:
SANTANA and The Doobie Brothers Concert at the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion in The Woodlands.  The theory is that Carlos will be more easily heard from our location on the water than singers at other concerts.

PLAN:
Arrive at 5:30 PM and unload your boat and gear at the end loop of the unnamed road that is the continuation of Aviator Way, then park in the Whole Foods parking lot.  We will launch from the Lakes Edge Boat House docks.  This is a change to the original plan to allow us to spend as much time as we want on the lake without worrying about getting locked into a parking lot at the end.  The plan is to get on the water as fast as possible and paddle around Lake Woodlands for an hour+ (4-5 flatwater miles), and then be in place for the 8:00 start of the concert.


BRING "FER SHER":
  • Kayak/Canoe (no kayak rentals available at this time of night.)
  • Light on the stern of the boat (US Coast Guard requirement)
  • Paddle
  • PFD

RECOMMENDED / OPTIONAL:

  • Dinner / Refreshments (no glass containers) / Snacks
  • The usual Sunglasses, Bug Spray, Hat and Safety Gear
  • An Anchor System, if you have one
  • Extra Seat Cushioning (optional)
SKILL LEVEL:
Novice+ (all skill levels)

NICE TO KNOW
:

You cannot see the performers from our "obstructed view" free seats, so no need for opera glasses.