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5 Rules to Follow When Introducing Kids Under 5 to Whitewater

    IMPORTANT This entry is not meant to be a substitute for common sense, or a treatise on child care. The purpose is to provide suggestions as what has worked successfully for my family and friends who have ventured … Continue reading

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Selecting the Right Boat for Introducing Children to Whitewater

IMPORTANT This entry is not meant to be a substitute for common sense, or a treatise on child care. The purpose is to provide suggestions as what has worked successfully for my family and other parents who have ventured into … Continue reading

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15 Years

15 years ago today, a raft guide yanked me out of my boat and dropped me in the Ocoee. 15 years ago today I agreed to a first date with a raft guide. 15 years ago today my life forever … Continue reading

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Land of the Noon Day Sun

The Nantahala River gorge, in Bryson City, North Carolina, winds its way through the most beautiful scenery one can possibly view during a whitewater paddle. Despite the roadside access during the entire 8 miles of this run, boaters enjoy breathtaking … Continue reading

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Boro Kayaking

It happened sometime back in April. After the local Muddy Rivers Festival, put on at our local Spring Creek, Brinn and I found ourselves new members of the Boro Kayaking Facebook Group. The Facebook description states: “This is a group of … Continue reading

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How to train your bite sized paddler

How can winter drag on for months and months, but summer pass in the blink of an eye? We are absolutely summer time people, and spend every possible moment of summer in the water. I’d intended to chronicle all of … Continue reading

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A River Runs Through It

The first river you paddle runs through the rest of your life. It bubbles up in pools and eddies to remind you who you are. – Lynn Noel, Voyages: Canada’s Heritage Rivers Ian took his maiden river voyage Saturday surrounded … Continue reading

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