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Canoeing and Kayaking

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  • Hampton City Council may contribute $200,000 to Fort Monroe sailing program

    The city may take $200,000 from its budget to build a dock on Fort Monroe for a startup youth sailing program. The City Council will decide Wednesday evening whether to appease the request from Youth Sailing Virginia for the program that will be held on...
  • Man attempts to kayak to Hawaii, is rescued after 11 days at sea

    Man attempts to kayak to Hawaii, is rescued after 11 days at sea
    The Coast Guard rescued a 57-year-old man attempting to kayak from California to Hawaii on Tuesday morning, 11 days after he began his journey. Although the man was prepared with electronic equipment and solar panel technology to charge it, the solar...
  • Head to Blue Mountain for Father's Day outdoors events

    Sunday is Father's Day, and Blue Mountain will hold a special day of outdoors-related activities perfect for dads and their families with the Father's Day Festival noon to 7 p.m. Vendors outside the Valley Lodge will have information on hunting, fishing,...
  • Paddle Florida's other National Wild and Scenic River

    It's well-known that our very own Wekiva River is designated a National Wild and Scenic River, great for kayaking and canoeing. Just one other Florida river has such a designation: the Loxahatchee River, two hours south of Orlando. It's a river dark...
  • Lehigh River Sojourn is a physical and educational event

    The registration deadline for taking part in the 2014 Lehigh River Sojourn is rapidly approaching. This three-day, 28-mile paddle adventure on the Lehigh River from the Lehigh Gorge to Northampton is a celebration of the river that made the Industrial...
  • Cannes: Rolf de Heer Reflects on His Career

    Over the past two decades, Australian director Rolf de Heer has premiered four films in Cannes: "The Quiet Room" (1986), "Dance Me to My Song" (1998), "Ten Canoes" (2006) and now "Charlie's Country." Peter Debruge talked with the filmmaker about his...
  • Make your day on Catalina Island

    Very well done article on Santa Catalina ["Beyond Avalon," by Rosemary McClure, May 25]. Savvy visitors can also visit free of charge on Catalina Express on their birthday, which is a significant savings off the $74.50 fare. The only caveat is that you...
  • Leaser Lake to experience another drawdown, repair

    Leaser Lake in northwestern Lehigh County, which re-opened for trout fishing in the spring of 2013 following the completion of a $3.5 million repair project, will begin to lower its levels this week in order to repair a seep in the impoundment's earthen...
  • Living Here: Fishing

    Living Here: Fishing
    With its many waterways, Hampton Roads is a dream for fishing enthusiasts. Fishing can be done from piers, shorelines and by boat, with plenty of saltwater and freshwater options. It is important to know the licensing rules and fishing regulations...
  • Living Here: Nature parks

    Living Here: Nature parks
    Charles City County Chickahominy Wildlife Management Area. Bird watching, hunting, fishing, shooting range, public boat access. An access permit is needed for visitors ages 17 and older who do not have a Virginia hunting or fishing license or boating...
  • Get Out, Get Inspired!

    Get Out, Get Inspired!
    It’s no coincidence that the first part of the word “workout” is “work.” Losing weight and getting in shape require, in no small part, a certain amount of dedication and sweat equity that can be difficult to muster when...