Enterprise photo by Hunter D'AntuonoPaulette Bohan paddles back to shore on a stand-up paddleboard while Monster the dog enjoys the ride at the Sacajawea Park Lagoon, Thursday afternoon.
Enterprise photo by Hunter D'AntuonoOwen Bohan, 10, drifts across Sacajawea Lagoon on a paddleboard. Paddleboards can be easily maneuvered in standing, kneeling or sitting positions. Calm water like that of the lagoon is the best place to learn as a paddler finds his or her balance.
Enterprise photo by Hunter D'AntuonoBeth O’Neill, co-owner of SUP Montana, a new stand-up paddleboard rentals company, demonstrates how her entire setup for an inflatable stand-up paddleboard fits in a single mesh backpack, on the dock of Sacajawea Lagoon on Thursday.
Enterprise photo by Hunter D'AntuonoTony Gadberry, 11, left, and Owen Bohan, 10, kneel on their paddleboards as they drift beneath the Sacajawea Lagoon Bridge, Thursday afternoon.
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