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ERA ladysdayout blog
Aug 26th, 2010

It is always difficult to decide whether to go with a boat that fits just right spec-wise, or add some volume. Here is a perspective about a little extra volume....

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ERA ladysdayout blog
Aug 26th, 2010

It is always difficult to decide whether to go with a boat that fits just right spec-wise, or add some volume. Here is a perspective about a little extra volume....

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ERA ladysdayout blog
May 26th, 2010

Anna Levesque did a great job summing up the spirit behind the 2010 Boater Chick Festival. What a weekend with so many enthusiastic women--and guys, in the Nantahala Gorge!...

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ERA ladysdayout blog
May 26th, 2010

Anna Levesque did a great job summing up the spirit behind the 2010 Boater Chick Festival. What a weekend with so many enthusiastic women--and guys, in the Nantahala Gorge!...

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ERA ladysdayout blog
May 26th, 2010

Anna Levesque did a great job summing up the spirit behind the 2010 Boater Chick Festival. What a weekend with so many enthusiastic women--and guys, in the Nantahala Gorge!...

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ERA ladysdayout blog
Mar 24th, 2010

One of the aspects of kayak competition that is fascinating is that age is not specifically a handicap (the Hearn/Lugbill line up of winners in the ’96 Olympics were just about the magic age of 40, while this year Hailey Thompson, the women’s C1 slalom racer that everyone is watching, is only 16). We have young boaters being inspired by “experienced” boaters, and vice-versa.The women’s wildwater event is a great example. This weekend 17-year old Haley Popp will be competing for a berth on the women’s US wildwater team, competing against the likes of Jennie Goldberg (who has been paddling whitewater for 30+ years). Both trained together this past weekend. And now will compete in wildwater at this weekend’s Nantahala Double Header/US Open.A sincere thanks to both Jennie and Haley for taking time out to answer a few questions before the big event this weekend! Jennie- What brings you from Washington State to WNC this week?I came to Western NC this week to compete in the USA Wildwater Team Trials ......

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ERA ladysdayout blog
Mar 24th, 2010

One of the aspects of kayak competition that is fascinating is that age is not specifically a handicap (the Hearn/Lugbill line up of winners in the ’96 Olympics were just about the magic age of 40, while this year Hailey Thompson, the women’s C1 slalom racer that everyone is watching, is only 16). We have young boaters being inspired by “experienced” boaters, and vice-versa.The women’s wildwater event is a great example. This weekend 17-year old Haley Popp will be competing for a berth on the women’s US wildwater team, competing against the likes of Jennie Goldberg (who has been paddling whitewater for 30+ years). Both trained together this past weekend. And now will compete in wildwater at this weekend’s Nantahala Double Header/US Open.A sincere thanks to both Jennie and Haley for taking time out to answer a few questions before the big event this weekend! Jennie- What brings you from Washington State to WNC this week?I came to Western NC this week to compete in the USA Wildwater Team Trials ......

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ERA ladysdayout blog
Mar 24th, 2010

One of the aspects of kayak competition that is fascinating is that age is not specifically a handicap (the Hearn/Lugbill line up of winners in the ’96 Olympics were just about the magic age of 40, while this year Hailey Thompson, the women’s C1 slalom racer that everyone is watching, is only 16). We have young boaters being inspired by “experienced” boaters, and vice-versa.The women’s wildwater event is a great example. This weekend 17-year old Haley Popp will be competing for a berth on the women’s US wildwater team, competing against the likes of Jennie Goldberg (who has been paddling whitewater for 30+ years). Both trained together this past weekend. And now will compete in wildwater at this weekend’s Nantahala Double Header/US Open.A sincere thanks to both Jennie and Haley for taking time out to answer a few questions before the big event this weekend! Jennie- What brings you from Washington State to WNC this week?I came to Western NC this week to compete in the USA Wildwater Team Trials ......

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ERA ladysdayout blog
Jan 24th, 2010

Initiating our newest team member, Courtney into kayaking this summer was not just for orientation, but also the challenge of getting a Minnesota girl fired up about our great sport!! Here is Courtney's take on that first wet exit experience....How to become a whitewater kayaker… “How can you work at Endless and not be a kayaker?” People often ask me. I normally laugh a little and tell whomever is asking “I am working on that one”.Having grown up on an island in northern Minnesota, I am not a stranger to water and most things water related. From taking a boat across the lake to catch the bus when I was in school to canoe trips in the B.W.C.A., I was pretty confident that I could knock this kayaking business out no problem. Ha! One day in early June last summer, Juliet asked me if I would be up for a day of instruction with her and Joe Ravenna, I was excited at the prospect of finally trying it out and happily agreed.The day of my instruction came, after a quick check of the office email, Joe, Juliet......

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ERA ladysdayout blog
Jan 24th, 2010

Initiating our newest team member, Courtney into kayaking this summer was not just for orientation, but also the challenge of getting a Minnesota girl fired up about our great sport!! Here is Courtney\'s take on that first wet exit experience....How to become a whitewater kayaker… “How can you work at Endless and not be a kayaker?” People often ask me. I normally laugh a little and tell whomever is asking “I am working on that one”.Having grown up on an island in northern Minnesota, I am not a stranger to water and most things water related. From taking a boat across the lake to catch the bus when I was in school to canoe trips in the B.W.C.A., I was pretty confident that I could knock this kayaking business out no problem. Ha! One day in early June last summer, Juliet asked me if I would be up for a day of instruction with her and Joe Ravenna, I was excited at the prospect of finally trying it out and happily agreed.The day of my instruction came, after a quick check of the office email, Joe, Juliet......

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