For those of us that would like to keep Sunday in church, maybe we just need to come up with our own meeting time on the water on a Saturday.
You can always host your own event or CITO. On a Saturday or any other day. People should feel free to hold events or CITOs to come do these whenever they want. I typically hold them on Sundays because I have the least amount of interruption with Syd's softball games and other activities. She may have practice, but I can miss that.
A lot of cachers seem to want the S CLAPS on the S end (near Clear Lake Park) - in the old series and new - probably because it has had fewer events / mashups. I know some were scared away by the chilly 78 degrees on the MLK day CITO. Somoene should do a Saturday CITO at CL Park. There just was one, but I promise we did not get everything.
That's kind of what I was hinting at. However, I don't plan to host a CLAPS event that far from home. We like to be able to back out if the weather conditions are not good and if you are hosting, it's harder to do so. We are still pretty much rookies when it comes to kayaks, so we like to pick our ideal conditions. We definitely appreciate those that have hosted the events that we've gone to, but if we are going to organize something ourselves, it will probably be more of a mash-up so that we are closer to the day to watch what the weather is going to be like.
We still haven't made it to Horsepen Bayou, and have been waiting for a group for safety reasons, but I'm not sure that I want to go during alligator mating season.