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Tag Archives: Kayaking Safety
The lore and beauty of wooden canoes and the people that love them, the members of the Wooden Canoe Heritage Association (woodencanoe.org), a national non-profit dedicated to preserving wood canoe heritage, are among the 40 or so online Zoom presentations … Continue reading
As a long time sailor and paddler, I’ve learned, sometimes the hard way, that next to packing the right gear for a trip, there is nothing more important than a current weather forecast. Weather can make or break a day. … Continue reading
I love this photo and its majesty of color. So calm. So peaceful. You can almost hear loons calling. But what about the campsite there on the rocks with the splash pool behind it? I suspect it is full of water from the last … Continue reading
Should you offer help or advice to strangers you find that are out of their depth on the water? That’s a question that Minnesota-based kayaking guide and instructor, Bryan Hansel asks in his latest blog post on PaddlingLight.com . What … Continue reading