I have had the chance to paddle many different boats since I started kayaking in the summer of 2003. Up until this fall I have focused mostly on play boating and running class II-III rivers. I knew it was time to step it up when I tried out my friends Nomad 8.5 in the spring of 2013 and everything just felt right.
I picked up my new Nomad in the early fall and since then I have paddle several easy class IV-V mid-west rivers, the Green River Narrows at 9", Tallulah at 710 cfs, and…Continue
Posted by Anthony Collins on December 4, 2013 at 7:28pm
Last year I didn't get to paddle in california for the first time in a few years so I was very excited to get to go out twice this season, in late april and in june.
The trip in april was supposed to be a fun warm up for the season but when we got there all that was running was the south merced and dinkey creek. My durango nurse lifestyle coach Eric Parker and I drove out from colorado to meet the boys flying in. The South Merced was a great warm up with Rolf and I knowing…Continue
This past year has been a whirlwind. I said goodbye to the oilfield almost as soon as I received my Canadian residency papers, and moved to Edmonton, which is even further away front the epic white water that Canada has to offer. However it was for a good cause. A life filled with the time and resources…Continue
Posted by Dave Crerar on November 21, 2013 at 1:13pm
The 2013 Green River Narrows Race has come and gone. It was quite the show. A few records were broken, and I finally finished sub five, a goal I had set for myself after first racing in 2008. Overall, the C-1 class was faster than ever with Ben Fraker taking the win at 4:47, beating the previous record by 10 seconds. Jordan Poffenberger tied the previous record, finishing at…Continue
Posted by Brad McMillan on November 16, 2013 at 11:22pm
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