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Canoeing and Kayaking

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  • Writer Peter Heller gets thrills from fiction

    Peter Heller has an MFA in fiction and poetry from the Iowa Writers Workshop, but how has he made his living? By kayaking in Tibet, crewing on an eco-pirate ship near Japan, surfing in Mexico, flying a bush plane over Glacier National Park and writing...
  • The beauty of kayak diving

    The beauty of kayak diving
    Ray Marquez was first attracted to diving from a kayak because it was inexpensive. After six years of spearfishing and lobstering in South Florida, Marquez knows there are many other benefits to kayak diving. And he will share them, along with kayak...
  • Blue Mountain again hosts USA Luge Challenge

    Blue Mountain again hosts USA Luge Challenge
    We who enjoy an active outdoors lifestyle don't really care whether or not Punxsutawney Phil saw his shadow. For us, winter is to be embraced in all its cold, wind, snow and ice. While the lovely borough of Emmaus is celebrating its SnowBlast Winter...
  • Now you can search Kayak for Cuba flights and hotels

    Now you can search Kayak for Cuba flights and hotels
    Cuba travel information on flights and hotels is now searchable on Kayak.com. The travel search engine last Thursday made the decision to add information about flights originating outside the U.S. on Aeromexico, Copa Airlines and other carriers that...
  • Boat Storage Available At Glastonbury Boathouse

    Boat Storage Available At Glastonbury Boathouse
    GLASTONBURY — Sure the Connecticut River is frozen and there is nearly two feet of snow on the ground, but eventually spring will arrive. And if you want to have access to your canoe, kayak or crew shell on the banks of the river, the parks and...
  • Orlando ecotourism continues to thrive in cooler winter months

    Orlando ecotourism continues to thrive in cooler winter months
    Central Florida's ecotourism businesses don't have the luxury of closing up shop when the sun doesn't come out to play. Instead, business owners who ideally spend their day on the region's waterways or providing guided tours are forced to think...
  • State grant helps with Crooked River Preserve refurbishment project

    State grant helps with Crooked River Preserve refurbishment project
    CLERMONT — Outdoor recreational opportunities in south Lake are about to get better thanks to a recent state grant awarded to the Lake County Water Authority to enhance Crooked River Preserve, south of Clermont. The 63.4-acre Crooked River...
  • 6 unprovoked shark attacks along West Coast in 2014, all in California

    6 unprovoked shark attacks along West Coast in 2014, all in California
    A recent report says there were six unprovoked shark attacks along the U.S. Pacific Coast in 2014. All of them were in California, and all the sharks were great whites. Four of the attacks occurred in October, one in July and another in December,...
  • VCU team working on waterfront recreational plan for Gloucester property

    VCU team working on waterfront recreational plan for Gloucester property
    GLOUCESTER – A team of faculty and students from Virginia Commonwealth University is beginning its second semester of laying out a potential waterfront recreational design for a 97-acre piece of property on the Severn River in Gloucester County....
  • Sleepaway camps: When (and where) to go

    Sleepaway camps: When (and where) to go
    Stephanie Salvatore wasn’t sure whether her then-9-year-old daughter, Lily, was ready for sleepaway camp. But the tears were a good sign. Lily was crying because she didn’t want to go home, says Salvatore, a Bethesda mother of three....
  • Angler's first sailfish wins kayak tourney

    Angler's first sailfish wins kayak tourney
    There's a reason that Extreme Kayak Fishing's Sailfish Smack Down appeals to offshore fishing novices: They have as good a chance to win as anybody. For the second consecutive year, the winner of the tournament, which was Saturday and Sunday off the...