The following morning, I packed everything up, and headed into town to do some blogging. Prescott has a public dock, so I used my lock and headed into town to get some water and find some wifi. Prescott is a very small place, and I was worried I wouldn’t find what I needed. I first went to what I thought was a hotel, but it was an apartment building. “WELCOME” read a big stone out front. But the doors were locked to anyone who didn’t live there. Ironic, I thought. As I walked down the main street, I followed a sign for coffee (usually coffee=wifi) and was in luck! The Twisted Oak was a great little spot for me. I indulged in a strawberry smoothie and sat to work on their cozy couch. I stayed until closing, and finished what I was working on outside the coffee shop (yay, their wifi still worked), found some water, and headed back out. I had only meant to stay 4 hours, but I stayed nearly 7…so the sun was setting, and I only managed to paddle a total of 4 miles today. But I shot the photo at the top of this post, which made everything worth it.