Fran Symes stands for a portrait with her and her husband's kayaks on Thursday afternoon at her home in Beaufort.  She recently returned from a 10-day kayaking trip in Greenland.  Symes trained everyday for about six weeks, usually kayaking six to ten miles, before leaving for the trip.
Fran Symes stands for a portrait with her and her husband's kayaks on Thursday afternoon at her home in Beaufort. She recently returned from a 10-day kayaking trip in Greenland. Symes trained everyday for about six weeks, usually kayaking six to ten miles, before leaving for the trip. Staff photo
Fran Symes stands for a portrait with her and her husband's kayaks on Thursday afternoon at her home in Beaufort. She recently returned from a 10-day kayaking trip in Greenland. Symes trained everyday for about six weeks, usually kayaking six to ten miles, before leaving for the trip. Staff photo

Beaufort woman's love of kayaking takes her to tranquility of Greenland

July 22, 2013 4:06 PM

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