The trip was billed as an easy paddle through the valley farmlands with some moving water in the middle. There was casual interest until Friday afternoon when this quiet country paddle stirred the interest of the masses and suddenly people began emailing ...
Per usual I dumped, unusually it was below Fergies (Sea Wolf ). So ipso facto I write the report ill stop the Latin.
Carey send out a last minute call for the Cheakamus. Alain and Anne answered the call as did I and Beranrd who wanted to bring Jen! ...
We were greeted by the sun as we left home Friday morning. Meeting up at the passenger drop off at Horseshoe Bay were two tandem, one solo and two kayaks, paddlers Rebecca, Ramsay and young Nicola, Suzanna and John, Karey Parsa and Bryan.
We were right ...
Well, it happened. I was the first to fall out of my boat, so here’s my take on the day. This is actually two trip reports, one very serious, and the other, a more light- hearted version.
The first part of the trip was great. The river level was a ...
On another beautiful day with great water level, the crew below set off on a trip down the lower Tulameen. We launched at the Granite City campground and came off the river in the residential area of Princeton.
Paddy & Jill
Was expecting trip report to be written by someone else. But anyway thought I would add this link to the video Paddy made at the time. It wasn't intended as a formal club video and most people who were on the trip have seen it already... but hey!
Rivers week 2017, day one
Upper Similkameen, a super run
It was a beautiful day for a paddle
Solo, tandem, seat or saddle
All ten of us had lots of fun.
The water was bubbly and clear
And we paddled along in good cheer
The sun it ...
This is the trip report for the Sunday June 25 paddle, Similkameen River from Princeton to Bromley Rock. We had 3 tandem canoes- Paddy (trip leader) and Jill, Bernard and Jenn, and Mike and Pam. Pam volunteered to write the report because no one went ...
Rivers week was in full stride. The gang had paddled the Similkameen from Blowdown, the rarely-paddled Pasayton that everyone raved about, the Upper Similkameen to Princeton and the lower Tulameen "house rocks" run. Which ...
June 3rd, 2017
It was a cloudy Saturday morning with waters high on the Mamquam River in Squamish. About a dozen enthusiastic, yet nervous, new river paddlers met up at the put-in off Government Road under the train tracks.
Carey, Alain, and Claude ...