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Monthly Archive: Mar 2009

28
Mar

Below and Beyond Machu Picchu 09 Expedition

Not long now and the boys from Wales are off. The river is still secret but below are a few words explaining our plans. ‘Big adventures await a mixed North Wales/Peruvian team. Late in May, three instructors from Plas y Brenin, the National Mountain centre based in Capel Curig, North Wales are heading out to …

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24
Mar

Chasing the Gray Fox

Recently I joined a group of young researches attempting to follow the elusive Alabama Gray Fox into the depths of the Jones Creek gorge. Jones creek flows west off of Sand Mountain in northern Alabama and cuts a deep and rugged canyon.  Below are a few pictures from our journey.  Photos by Charlie Mix. To …

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12
Mar

Large Karnali Review

For the last couple months I’ve been paddling the new Pyranha Karnali.  Lots of people have been asking me about it, but I wanted to get alot of time in the boat before venturing to voice my opinion.  Having spent 16 days paddling it in a bunch of different conditions I decided to write a …

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06
Mar

Medium Karnali

I was able to take out the Karnali for 5 days in a row and really get to know it. To give a little backround, I am 5′ 10″ and weigh 160 lbs, the medium size feels ideal for a paddler of my size. I have been primarily paddling the medium Burn. This boat has …

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05
Mar

Himalayan adventures…

Good day there team Thought I would share some words and a few pictures from my trip to nepal last fall. Walking to the Modi Kola, Annapurna

01
Mar

“We Broke Several Oars and Most of the Ten Commandments”

For 25 days our world existed within the shelter of the Grand Canyon’s walls, thousands of feet below the rim. Nearly a mile above us, the rest of the world continued to move at its blistering fast, distracted pace.  At river level, for 25 glorious days, 15 people were lucky enough to slow down, focus on the present, and live the …

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