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! ...
“Attention”, the sign said. “Due to very hazardous conditions, the Widgeon Falls trail is closed beyond this point. Any travel beyond this sign is not recommended and at your own risk. Visitors to the falls should use the newly constructed and ...
As normal your President was the first to capsize - so they must write the report. Notice my modern use of the pronoun “they”.
I will now refer to myself in the first person. Not to be left out Jenny Wakely and Bill Moore who I refer to as Bill ...
Join the Beaver Canoe Club and learn how to paddle the J-Stroke, perform a canoe-over-canoe rescue and everything there is to know about canoeing!
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The end of year video presentation by Anne Gringas is now posted: That Was The Year That Was 2017.
Hi everyone –
It was a great end of year party, wasn’t it?
Thanks to April for planning and putting on our end of year party, and thanks to all the people who helped her make it happen. They are:
Anne Gingras & Alain Prince, who put ...