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Canoeing the Moose River Loop | Bow Trip in Jackman, Maine: Day 3, Part 2

Bangor Daily News - May 18, 2017
Mosquito Rips (pictured above) will forever remain in our minds as a great idea gone terribly wrong. We came upon the rips- a short, quick drop no longer than a full-size truck that seems innocent enough. We pulled over and assessed the rapids ...

Tiverton masterplan that includes canoeing, food hall and retail ...

Devon Live - May 18, 2017
Plans to introduce canoeing on the River Exe, bring restaurants and cafes to the Town Hall and bring a food hall to Tiverton have been unveiled. However, the ...

What we found canoeing Buffalo Bayou

Houston Chronicle - May 16, 2017
Rays of Texas sunlight peeked through the riparian forest and reflected off the river current, guarded by sandy banks and high cliffs. A blue heron seemed to be following us as it soared overhead, releasing its echoing call through the clear skies. An ...

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Canoeing the Mountains: Christian Leadership in Uncharted Territory

by: Tod Bolsinger
Explorers Lewis and Clark had to adapt. While they had prepared to find a waterway to the Pacific Ocean, instead they found themselves in the Rocky Mountains. You too may feel that you are leading in a cultural context you were not expecting. You may even feel that your training holds you back more often than it carries you along. Drawing from his extensive experience as a pastor and consultant, Tod Bolsinger brings decades of expertise in guiding churches and organizations through uncharted territory.
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Canoes: A Natural History in North America

by: Mark Neuzil, Norman Sims

Ancient records of canoes are found from the Pacific Northwest to the coast of Maine, in Minnesota and Mexico, in the Southeast and across the Caribbean. And if a native of those distant times might encounter a canoe of our day—whether birch bark or dugout or a modern marvel made of carbon fiber—its silhouette would be instantly recognizable. This is the story of that singular American artifact, so little changed over time: of canoes, old and new, the people who made them, and the labors and adventures they shared.
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3 Golden Rules of Canoeing Technique

In this episode, Andrew Westwood looks at the 3 Golden Rules of Canoeing, which are a set of rules that define how to make all your canoeing strokes as ...

Canoeing the Lumber River

Using a GoPro to video a float on the Lumber River near Clay Banks, Wagram, NC.

Introduction To Canoeing

In its human-powered form, the canoe is propelled by the use of paddles, usually by two people. Paddlers face in the direction of travel, either seated on ...


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Mid-West Freestyle Canoe 2007 -- Marc Ornstein

American Freestyle canoeing is the art of paddling a canoe on flat water with perfect control of its movements. The canoe is usually leaned over to the side to ...