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Jul 24th, 2012

Dispatch No. 2 from C&K Online Editor Dave Costello’s week at First Descents....

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Canoe & Kayak Magazine
Jul 23rd, 2012

Dispatch No. 1 from C&K Online Editor Dave Costello's week at First Descents....

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Canoe & Kayak Magazine
Jul 23rd, 2012

A look inside the 2012 AWP Point Series Little White Salmon Creeking Race....

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Canoe & Kayak Magazine
Jul 23rd, 2012

Rush Sturges checks in with a sneak peek at Dagger's new playboat on Skookumchuck, the Ottawa, St. Lawrence, and Maruia Falls....

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Canoe & Kayak Magazine
Jul 18th, 2012

Stories and photos from the 2012 Black River Race...

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Canoe & Kayak Magazine
Jul 18th, 2012

A review of C&K editor-at-large Alan Kesselheim's new book, which explores how paddling has shaped the lives of his three children, and the looming epidemic of "nature deficit disorder."...

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Canoe & Kayak Magazine
Jul 16th, 2012

Dan Blessing and Marc VanGrinsven's 4,000 mile journey from Lake Superior to the Pacific Ocean in a homemade birch-bark canoe....

The unrolling of the bark and the construction of a building frame for sewing, lashing, ribbing, and admiring the birch bark canoe.

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Canoe & Kayak Magazine
Jul 13th, 2012

Dispatch from the second, 30-mile leg of the Ikkatsu Expedition, where three sea kayakers are setting out to survey Washington's remote west coast and looking for — and finding — plenty of incoming debris from the disastorous 2011 Japanese tsunami. See new video and findings from the trip such as the soccer ball that traveled 6,000 miles across the Pacific....

Ken, Jason and Steve have completed the first phase of the project which was to paddle and survey beaches from Neah Bay to Hobuc...

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Canoe & Kayak Magazine
Jul 12th, 2012

There were plenty of victory celebrations going on in Cascade, Idaho this weekend at the USA Freestyle Kayaking National Championships, the most important of which had to be organizers praising dam operators for the water. On Saturday, a miscue in Cascade Dam operations dropped water releases from approximately 2,000 cfs down to a paltry 900, ...

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Canoe & Kayak Magazine
Jul 12th, 2012

C&K staffer Michael Gordon recently ran into Bam Margera of MTV’s popular television series “Jackass,” in Iceland of all places, and couldn’t help but ask him about his most recent stunt with pro kayaker Steve Fisher: Hucking himself off Oregon’s 88-foot Metlako Falls in the front seat of a Jackson Dynamic Duo. ...

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