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Editorial: One Carry Wonder

Something valuable from my child- hood canoe trips has been lost. It’s not the Swiss Army knife my dad gave me when I was nine…

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Secrets of the Marathon Canoeist

Few paddles are capable of what marathon canoe racers do every other weekend—keeping pace through a 1,000-mile  course, enduring both grinding monotony and gruelling pain …

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Flushed: Bill Mason's Whitewater Style

It took five years, but last fall the International Whitewater Hall of Fame made good on its claims of being truly international by inducting six…

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Tips for Bear Scares

This article originally appeared in Canoeroots and Family Camping magazine. Encountering a bear in the frontcountry or backcountry can be a frightening experience but with the right…

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Backpacker's Pantry Outback Oven

This gear review was originally appeared in Canoeroots and Family Camping magazine. When you’re cooking with gas, you need a 10” Outback Oven. The kit includes a…

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Lodge Camp Dutch Oven Review

This gear review was originally appeared in Canoeroots and Family Camping magazine. There’s bad heavy metal and there’s good heavy metal. Bad heavy metal is Def Leppard.…

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Mountain Khakis Alpine Utility Pants Review

This gear review was originally appeared in Canoeroots and Family Camping magazine. From Wyoming comes a new manufacturer with an old idea: use heavy, double-weave cotton canvas…

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The End of Open Boating

If there seems to be more room in eddies lately, it may be because there are fewer hulking open boats taking up space. Across the…

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Editorial: A Complete Sentence

Welcome to the women’s issue. Or is it the woman’s issue? One thing it is not is the womens’ issue. That’s because even though there…

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Editorial: Rock of Ages

It would be incorrect to say, “I’d like to launch my canoe, but there are so many inukshuks lining the shore I fear for the…

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Editorial: Life After Death

In this issue's Tumblehome column, our resident sage James Raffan enthuses that the active chatter on Internet forums allows far-flung canoeists to connect with each other.…

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Editorial: One Trip Wonder

Something valuable from my childhood canoe trips has been lost. It’s not the Swiss Army knife my dad gave me when I was nine (that’s…

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Editorial: The Right to Bear Paddles

Imagine a smiling figure walking to the front of a crowded hall. Those nearby slap him on the back while the rest cheer. Stepping onto…

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Buying and Saving

Fran Bristow hopes you use this canoe buyer’s guide to buy a canoe. She has no financial interest in the matter, she just knows you’ll…

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Editorial: If You Gotta Go, Go Now

It was our third consecutive lunch of pitas and cheese and we were ready for a distraction. We had pulled up at a narrows about…

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