Monthly Archives: March 2008

Keel Strip Alternative–Durabak

The carbon/kevlar layup of my Ruahine Swallow multisport kayak is very thin, and while I’ve managed to keep it off the rocks so far, it felt like I would be pushing my luck to continue to paddle it down through … Continue reading

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Swimming the St. George

An early season “swim” is always good for helping maintain humility. Maybe I was feeling a little too confident after my clean run down the St. George on Friday. The river level dropped about 8 – 12 inches in the … Continue reading

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St. George River (Searsmont, Maine) Open!

“Oh, to have been a fly on the wall and seen the action in this valley for the last 300 years.” –Zip Kellogg, Canoeing, Volume 1, Eastern & Coastal Rivers Paddled the 6-mile section of the St. George between Searsmont … Continue reading

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