It was a dark and stormy night – er, day! Bryan G gathered his victims – er, paddlers together to whip them into shape er, organize the shuttle and to plan for the day ahead.
On board for this adventure were Bryan and his son Parsi, Monica and ...
Drive East from Kamloops on Highway 1 till Adsmd River turnoff. Drive till bridge which is takeout and has large parking lot.
About 2 kilometers down from Adams Bridge raft takeout on left. See photos.
J+G Lewis 2475 whatever ...
Mad River Outrage
This boat has wooden gunwales, North Water Adjustable Toe Blocks, A Mohawk saddle with knee pads and side wedges and the lap belt system. 6 D-Rings attaching points. The hull has some stern damage. ...the out fitting alone would ...
Come join other Beaver Members for a club picnic on Sunday, July 22nd!
There will be some activities, optional light paddle, but mostly food!
It's a potluck so bring a dish to share, lots of water, and a comfy chair.
Also, it’s a popular spot, so ...
We all heard the rain pouring down during the early morning hours and set expectations accordingly for the day. As we met to set up the shuttle our mood was optimistic as the skies were overcast but it was a comfortable 12 degrees and not raining despite ...
Gord B. was the trip leader for this paddle. He paddled with a friend, Wanda, and Pam F. paddled one of Gord’s tandem canoes as a “solo” paddler. A first for Pam to paddle solo. However she did not “swim” but did agree to write this report. ...
3 Tandems, Pam and Mike, Simon and Bill, Parsa and Bryan ran the Squamish for Ashlu Bridge to Judd Rd. The weather gods were good, little wind and spared us from even the smallest shower that was predicted for the day. The river was running at around 175 ...
So there we all were a, baking hot summer-like morning, about to get on the Seymour for a refreshing little pootle-paddle... And then I woke up.
April, cold and damp. But hey, we were still going down the Seymour - so it was still a good ...
If you had been following the weather forecasts for what the weather would be like on Sunday April 8th for the Buntzen Lake paddle, perhaps you decided to stay at home to keep dry.
So for the 4 beavers who took a chance they had a rain-free paddle! ...