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Boat Review: Esquif's Taureau

Esquif is recieving plenty of good press lately as the only whitewater canoe company committed to innovation and new designs. Take, for example, the multi-chine…

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Editorial: Lucky for Narwhals, Greenland Kayakers are Missing the Point

If, on the third weekend in May, you happen to drive your pickup truck through Georgia, cross the Ogeechee River, take a right on Ogeechee River Road, go over…

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Editorial: Life's Best Adventure

Hello. My name is Scott MacGregor and I’m the new publisher of Family Camping magazine. Two years ago I would have laughed at the thought…

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Editorial: Turning Students into Paddlers

By the time we got back to the highway it was dark and our drysuits were covered in dust. We’d taken out at dusk after…

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Editorial: Tough Love

Dave Calver has paddled more rivers in more countries than I can name without the help of an atlas. Tough, stubborn, sensitive—but never too sensitive…

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Editorial: A Step Beyond Purpose

An expedition as defined by my dictionary is “a journey or voyage undertaken by a group of people with a particular purpose.” Especially, it goes…

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Skills: Hanging Gates

Local hangings were the most popular legal (and extra-legal) form of execution in North America long after its supposed civilization. They were public events with…

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The Kernel of Truth

Ben Aylsworth's Re-Actionary column has generated more letters to the editor over the last seven years than anything else in the magazine. Why? He thinks it’s because he finds the kernels of…

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Editorial: I Had Never Paddled a River for the Last Time Before

This July I made my usual stop at the Burger Bus, just south of Bancroft, Ontario, on the way to the Gull River Festival. The…

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Boat Review: Bell Canoe Works' Nexus

We were just completing our registration forms for the 2005 North American Open Canoe Slalom Championships/U.S. Nationals when our Bell Canoe Works Nexus test boat…

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Boat Review: Dagger's Mamba

Tiger Woods carries 14 clubs with him on the golf course. Which is to say, really, that Tiger’s caddy Steve Williams carries 14 clubs. Can…

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Editorial: Life at Eight Frames per Second

When I was flat broke and guiding for a living, I lay awake many nights dreaming of a Gore-tex dry suit and a pro SLR…

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Boat Review: Jackson Kayak's Star/All-Star/Super-Star

ORIGINAL LYRICS: The Jackson Kayak All- Star, with designer Eric Jackson inside, won the 2005 freestyle world championships. Its balanced ends and light weight make…

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Boat Review: LiquidLogic's Vision

ORIGINAL LYRICS: The Vision is the culmination of four years’ work by Liquidlogic designer Shane Benedict. He’s taken velocity rails from surfboard design to give…

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Boat Review: Riot's Inferno

ORIGINAL LYRICS: The Riot Inferno 54 was conceived to perform the next generation of dynamic wave and hole moves. Acceleration and speed make large-scale aerial…

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