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Canoeing's Greatest Misadventures

Canoeing's Greatest Misadventures

Splattered Sputnik Arctic ecologist Christopher Norment and five partners expected to leave behind the more alienating aspects of modern technology when they set out in…

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Foolishly Asked Questions

Foolishly Asked Questions

Canoe outfitters have to be a truly patient, knowledgeable and sometime even psychic bunch to answer their clients' quirky questions. Here of some of the…

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St Marys River canoeing

Headwaters: Turning Tides

  This article was first published in Headwaters, a new column about the old ways, in the Spring 2014 issue of Canoeroots and Family Camping. …

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Walking the Plank

Walking the Plank

A couple hours at the International Boat Show affirmed that everything old is new again. The indoor, arena-sized pond hosted everything from paddlesports instruction to…

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Muddy Waters

Muddy Waters

“One has only matured in the sport of paddling when you can discover as much adventure in exploring a local swamp or marsh by canoe…

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Family Camping: Sticks and Stones

Family Camping: Sticks and Stones

“Mr. MacGregor?” A short, stern-looking woman wearing a lab coat and holding a clipboard motioned me into a small room. She closed the door behind…

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Betcha Didn't Know About...The Night

Betcha Didn't Know About...The Night

Nocturnal animals, which are only active from dusk until dawn, usually have spe- cially adapted senses. For example, owls have extra keen vision for hunting…

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Bob Special

Boats: Who's Bob?

Day-tripper or weekend warrior, it seems everyone loves the Bobs Special. Its longstanding appeal has made it one of the most popular canoes of all…

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Canoes and symmetry

Tumblehome: Symmetry and You

This article by James Raffan about the mental benefits of paddling first appeared in Canoeroots and Family Camping magazine.  Anyone who has ever undertaken a…

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Opinion: There Be Dragons

Opinion: There Be Dragons

This editorial on risk perception in the wilderness was first published in Canoeroots and Family Camping magazine.    The first time I paddled into the…

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Butt End: Youth at Risk

Butt End: Youth at Risk

I think the high school administrator thought I would give up on taking the group of troubled kids out into the wild after I was…

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The Canoe Collector

The Canoe Collector

  This feature story on canoe collector, Ken Kelly, written by Howard Meyerson was first published in Canoeroots and Family Camping magazine.    There’s more…

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Muskoka River X

Muskoka River X

Hap Wilson enters the hardest single day paddling race in the world in this feature story first published in Canoeroots and Family Camping magazine.    At…

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