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March, 2019

Friday
22
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Class I-II
Saturday
23
Saturday
23
Manzanita Landing
47° 40.604'N
122° 33.709'W
10:00 AM
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Take advantage of the morning ebb and the afternoon flood to assist both directions of the paddle.
Saturday
23
Classroom @ SeaTac Community Center / Tukwila Pool / Washington Rivers
2:30 PM
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Pool
Sunday
24
Tacoma Eastside Pool
8:00 AM
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Tacoma Pool
Sunday
24
Tukwila Pool
8:45 AM
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Play kayak polo in the Tukwila Pool. All boaters welcome; you‘ll need your own boat, PFD, skirt, swimsuit, towel
Sunday
24
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9-11am
Sunday
24
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If you‘re interested in improving your kayaking efficiency, endurance to be able to go further or kayaking for fitness and would like to get started, please join us for a short intro outing.

Lets work on building some fitness for paddling. Join me in working on technique and some intervals to build strength and endurance for longer and faster paddles over time. This outing will start with some basic warmup and forward stroke practice, followed by a 4 mile paddle to Maydenbauer Bay and back. Maydenbauer Bay has a new waterfront park.

This is not intended to be a leisurely paddle or an outing with long stops - though we will make one or two stops for a drink or quick bite as needed on the water.

Please come prepared with your kayak, paddle, PFD, whistle, dry or wet suit. Hat, gloves and spray skirt recommended. Energy bars/gel or bananas and water/drink recommended - bonking (we‘ll learn more about what that is if you don‘t know the term) on a outing is no fun.

We‘ll likely be paddling at pace higher than a leisurely pace - if you‘re not sure what your pace is, I‘ll have a GPS watch on me to give you an idea what your cruising or even sprint speeds are if you‘re curious.

If there‘s interest, we can swap paddles to try the various paddle types (wing, euro, Greenland).

Please note the start time is the time we launch from the beach. Please plan on arriving at least 30 minutes or more earlier to prep and get your boat onto the water.
Sunday
24
Classroom @ SeaTac Community Center / Tukwila Pool / Washington Rivers
10:00 AM
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River
Wednesday
27
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8:45pm-10:45pm
Friday
29
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Statlu/Chehalis, Coquihalla in British Columbia.
Saturday
30
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Statlu/Chehalis, Coquihalla in British Columbia.
Saturday
30
Classroom @ SeaTac Community Center / Tukwila Pool / Washington Rivers
10:00 AM
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River
Saturday
30
South side of Portage on Vashon Island, isthmus to Maury Island.
11:00 AM
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13 Mile counter clockwise circumnavigation of Maury Island with possible stops at Dockton Park, Maury Island Marine Park, and Pt Robinson Lighthouse.
Sunday
31
Tukwila Pool
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8:45-10:45am
Sunday
31
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Statlu/Chehalis, Coquihalla in British Columbia.
Sunday
31
Gene Coulon Park, North end
9:30 AM
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If course is full, please e-mail. If there is enough interest I will add a second session.

April, 2019

Tuesday
2
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Meet at the 436th Ave bridge (the takeout) at 5:30PM. Some people will meet at the Twin Falls put-in earlier and then shuttle. We will make a final call based on flows in the morning before the trip.
Thursday
4
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Location and specifics TBD, but a nice class 2/2+ in which we try to catch eddys, try to ferry, try to do all those things you just learned. Come practice and play with Bram and Jenefer
Saturday
6
Saturday
6
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Learn to be a good trip leader! Including vetting, trip leader skills, using the WKC website, on-water skills
Sunday
7
Tacoma Eastside Pool
8:00 AM
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Tacoma Eastside Pool
Sunday
7
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No this isn‘t wrestling!

Do you have a pool and eddy roll? Ready to step up your game and work on rolling in the river? ?We will practice rolling in current, boils, swirly water.

?Roll in flat water is required, also will need to be able to r
Sunday
7
Tukwila Pool
8:45 AM
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Play kayak polo in the Tukwila Pool. All boaters welcome; you‘ll need your own boat, PFD, skirt, swimsuit, towel
Sunday
7
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11am-12:30pm
Tuesday
9
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Meet at the 436th Ave bridge (the takeout) at 5:30PM. Some people will meet at the Twin Falls put-in earlier and then shuttle. We will make a final call based on flows in the morning before the trip.
Wednesday
10
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Let’s practice! While anyone is welcome to join in the fun, the goal of this trip is to practice some of the class II skills recently taught in the WKC beginning whitewater class.
Wednesday
10
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8:45pm-10:45pm
Thursday
11
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Location and specifics TBD, but a nice class 2/2+ in which we try to catch eddys, try to ferry, try to do all those things you just learned. Come practice and play with Bram and Jenefer
Saturday
13
Mike's House
9:00 AM
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2-day class (Sat/Sun); Safety and Rescue Class by Casey Garland
Saturday
13
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Intermediate River Running Skills - designed for a paddler that‘s been paddling about a year and ready for that next step.
Saturday
13
Dash Point Fishing Pier
10:00 AM
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Paddle from Dash Point Fishing Pier across to Maury Island Marine Park for lunch. We will explore the shoreline before returning to the launch.
Saturday
13
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Revised trip from 4/20/19 to 4/13/19 due to schedule conflict.
Short Description: Launch from the public boat launch, head south along the shoreline crossing over paddle around Small Island and head to the potholes at the North end of lake. Bring a
Saturday
13
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Starts at Slalom course on Issaquah-Hobart Road. Class II pool drop river
Saturday
13
We will meet at the take out in Kanaskat Palmer state park
10:30 AM
Sunday
14
Tukwila Pool
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8:45-10:45am
Sunday
14
Sunday
14
Sunday
14
Mike's House
9:00 AM
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2-day class (Sat/Sun); Safety and Rescue Class by Casey Garland
Tuesday
16
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Meet at the 436th Ave bridge (the takeout) at 5:30PM. Some people will meet at the Twin Falls put-in earlier and then shuttle. We will make a final call based on flows in the morning before the trip.
Tuesday
16
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Come discuss business and help determine the direction of the club! In-person attendance is strongly encouraged but phone/call-in is provided below. Local US Dial-in: 1-310-372-7549 Conference Code: 234736
Wednesday
17
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Post Class Skills Refresher on class II+ stretch
Wednesday
17
College Club Seattle
6:00 PM
Thursday
18
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Location and specifics TBD, but a nice class 2/2+ in which we try to catch eddys, try to ferry, try to do all those things you just learned. Come practice and play with Bram and Jenefer
Friday
19
Good Friday
Fri, Apr 19, 2019
Saturday
20
Passover (1st Day)
Sat, Apr 20, 2019
Saturday
20
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McKenna to Yelm Hydroplant (Centralia Power House)
Saturday
20
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From the Yelm Hydro plant to the 6th Ave. WDFW access point.
Class I+ with some wood issues likely. A nice canoe section
Sunday
21
Easter Sunday
Sun, Apr 21, 2019
Sunday
21
TACOMA POOL
8:00 AM
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TACOMA POOL
Sunday
21
Sunday
21
Tukwila Pool
8:45 AM
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Play kayak polo in the Tukwila Pool. All boaters welcome; you‘ll need your own boat, PFD, skirt, swimsuit, towel
Sunday
21
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9-11am
Tuesday
23
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Meet at the 436th Ave bridge (the takeout) at 5:30PM. Some people will meet at the Twin Falls put-in earlier and then shuttle. We will make a final call based on flows in the morning before the trip.
Wednesday
24
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A fun paddling adventure between the base of Twin Falls and the normal SF Snoqualmie put-in. No (car) shuttle required!
Wednesday
24
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8:45pm-10:45pm
Thursday
25
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Location and specifics TBD, but a nice class 2/2+ in which we try to catch eddys, try to ferry, try to do all those things you just learned. Come practice and play with Bram and Jenefer
Saturday
27
Lower Cispus River
11:00 AM
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The Lower Cispus River is a beautiful class 2 to easy 3 run in Southwest Washington, near the town of Randle. Meet at the intersection of Hwy 12 and 131 in "downtown" Randle. Be there in time to leave Randle at 11am.
Sunday
28
Tukwila Pool
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8:45-10:45am
Sunday
28
Launch from N Guemes
 
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Time for the spectacular Wild Flower Show!
Tuesday
30
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Meet at the 436th Ave bridge (the takeout) at 5:30PM. Some people will meet at the Twin Falls put-in earlier and then shuttle. We will make a final call based on flows in the morning before the trip.

May, 2019

Wednesday
1
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The normal SF Snoqualmie run with the option of putting in a short ways further upstream
Friday
3
Launch: Don Armeni Boat Launch Alki or Southworth
8:00 AM
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Launch at Don Armeni paddle along the Alki beach shoreline, crossing shipping lanes to Blake 6 NMs each way, designed for sea kayakers who have experience with 3 mile crossing, bracing and previous group and self rescue practice.
Saturday
4
Saturday
4
Boston Harbor Boat Launch, next to Boston Harbor Marina
10:00 AM
Saturday
4
11:00 AM
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The Teanaway River that is fed from the majestic Stuart Range. It‘s a beautiful class II+ run w/ cool sandstone slides that create some great surf / playspots.
Sunday
5
Cinco de Mayo
Sun, May 5, 2019
Sunday
5
TBD
8:00 AM
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Working to improve basic skills such as a good ferry in current, eddy turns, and edge control and more. Meant mostly for recent graduates of the WW class. Come on out and have some fun!
Tuesday
7
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Meet at the 436th Ave bridge (the takeout) at 5:30PM. Some people will meet at the Twin Falls put-in earlier and then shuttle. We will make a final call based on flows in the morning before the trip.
Wednesday
8
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A fun paddling adventure between the base of Twin Falls and the normal SF Snoqualmie put-in. No (car) shuttle required!
Thursday
9
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Let‘s run a local stretch! MM/SF (Flow Dependent) - Boofing, Rolling, and other fun shenanigans!
Saturday
11
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DATES:
IDW - Instructor Development Weekend: May 11th to 13th

ICE - Instructor Certification Exam: May 31st to June 2nd
Saturday
11
Saturday
11
Meet at Flaming Geyser state park.
10:00 AM
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We will paddle from Kanaskat Palmer state park to Flaming Geyser state park. This is a class 3+ to class 4 run. Come for either 1 section or both.
Sunday
12
Mother's Day
Sun, May 12, 2019
Sunday
12
Sunday
12
East side of Isthmus connecting Vashon Is. to Maury Is.
9:00 AM
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Meet at portage way on Vashon island by 9:00. Limit 8 paddlers. Paddling distance 12-13 nm. We‘ll paddle moderate speed, 3 to 3.5 knots. Park along isthmus on east side. You can also paddle over and meet us from Des Moines and return at the end.

Monday
13
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DATES:
IDW - Instructor Development Weekend: May 11th to 13th

ICE - Instructor Certification Exam: May 31st to June 2nd
Tuesday
14
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Meet at the 436th Ave bridge (the takeout) at 5:30PM. Some people will meet at the Twin Falls put-in earlier and then shuttle. We will make a final call based on flows in the morning before the trip.
Tuesday
14
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Come discuss business and help determine the direction of the club! In-person attendance is strongly encouraged but phone/call-in is provided below. Local US Dial-in: 1-310-372-7549 Conference Code: 234736
Saturday
18
time and location to be e-mailed to registrants
8:00 AM
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Float down the Yakima river from Ellensburg to Rosa Dam. Difficulty similar to Deception pass.
Saturday
18
Walker Park, Mason County Park
9:30 AM
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Ride the Hammersley Inlet flush 7 miles to Hope Is Marine Park for lunch and then enjoy the flood tide back to launch. 14 mile current assist both directions. Launch at 9:30 AM, so come early to wheel/carry boats to beach. Emersion gear required.
Saturday
18
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Taylor River to Concrete Bridge pool drop class II river with beautiful scenery.
Saturday
18
Sunday
19
Tuesday
21
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Meet at the 436th Ave bridge (the takeout) at 5:30PM. Some people will meet at the Twin Falls put-in earlier and then shuttle. We will make a final call based on flows in the morning before the trip.
Wednesday
22
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Let‘s run a local stretch! MM/SF (Flow Dependent) - Boofing, Rolling, and other fun shenanigans!
Friday
24
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Memorial Day weekend paddle on the Twisp, Methow, and another river. Plan for a fun weekend in Eastern Washington. Camping, kayaking, sun! Details to follow.
Saturday
25
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Memorial Day weekend paddle on the Twisp, Methow, and another river. Plan for a fun weekend in Eastern Washington. Camping, kayaking, sun! Details to follow.
Saturday
25
Boman Bay, Deception Pass State Park
(Discover Pass required, one day pass can be purchased at
8:30 AM
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We will play in the ebb in Canoe pass, and likely peek into Deception Pass as well.
This is an ‘intermediate friendly‘ paddle meaning of you have solid intermediate sea kayak skills, but maybe don‘t have a roll, and have never paddled in currents like these this is for you!
I also welcome anyone that IS experienced and wants to come play.
I will be camping at Deception Pass and if this is a long drive I highly recommend this. If you do please let me know and we can share a campfire!
Launching from Bowman Bay, you will need a Discover Pass.
Peak current will be 5.5 knots at 11:47am so launching at 8:30 gives us lots of time to see the current build and then slack off again.

Bring a lunch, emergency paddling kit and spare clothes. Although only a half hour paddle from Bowman Bay, it is surprisingly inaccessible if something should happen.

Helmets and drysuits required.

Sunday
26
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Memorial Day weekend paddle on the Twisp, Methow, and another river. Plan for a fun weekend in Eastern Washington. Camping, kayaking, sun! Details to follow.
Monday
27
Memorial Day
Mon, May 27, 2019
Monday
27
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Memorial Day weekend paddle on the Twisp, Methow, and another river. Plan for a fun weekend in Eastern Washington. Camping, kayaking, sun! Details to follow.
Tuesday
28
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Meet at the 436th Ave bridge (the takeout) at 5:30PM. Some people will meet at the Twin Falls put-in earlier and then shuttle. We will make a final call based on flows in the morning before the trip.
Friday
31
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IMPORTANT!
In order to take this workshop, you must have taken previously the IDW

DATES:
INSTRUCTOR CERTIFICATION EXAM (ICE): May 31st to June 2nd

June, 2019

Saturday
1
Sunday
2
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IMPORTANT!
In order to take this workshop, you must have taken previously the IDW

DATES:
INSTRUCTOR CERTIFICATION EXAM (ICE): May 31st to June 2nd
Tuesday
4
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Meet at the 436th Ave bridge (the takeout) at 5:30PM. Some people will meet at the Twin Falls put-in earlier and then shuttle. We will make a final call based on flows in the morning before the trip.
Wednesday
5
Washington Park
8:00 AM
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Paddle the current from Washington Park to Friday Harbor and take the ferry ride back.
Wednesday
5
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We’ll go slow, scout, and break down FITW in easy-to-digest bits and pieces
Thursday
6
TBD
6:00 PM
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Evening paddle with Dr. Mark Huck. This paddle series will be hosted in the local waters of Burien. 6pm-8:30pm. Please be sure to wear wet/dry suit. Location details to be announced for each outing.
Friday
7
Coronet Bay Environmental Learning Center
Deception Pass Park
 
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WKC Basic Sea Kayaking Class 2019
June 7, 8 @ 9 Coronet Bay Environmental Learning Center (ELC)This course will provide beginners with a safe and fun introduction to the sport of sea kayaking.
Friday
7
Snoqualmie Library
5:00 PM
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Learn the nitty gritty of self supporting out of a whitewater kayak. This date could change based on our actual self-support trip date
Saturday
8
Coronet Bay Environmental Learning Center
Deception Pass Park
 
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WKC Basic Sea Kayaking Class 2019
June 7, 8 @ 9 Coronet Bay Environmental Learning Center (ELC)This course will provide beginners with a safe and fun introduction to the sport of sea kayaking.
Sunday
9
Coronet Bay Environmental Learning Center
Deception Pass Park
 
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WKC Basic Sea Kayaking Class 2019
June 7, 8 @ 9 Coronet Bay Environmental Learning Center (ELC)This course will provide beginners with a safe and fun introduction to the sport of sea kayaking.
Tuesday
11
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Meet at the 436th Ave bridge (the takeout) at 5:30PM. Some people will meet at the Twin Falls put-in earlier and then shuttle. We will make a final call based on flows in the morning before the trip.
Thursday
13
TBD
6:00 PM
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Evening paddle with Dr. Mark Huck. This paddle series will be hosted in the local waters of Burien. 6pm-8:30pm. Please be sure to wear wet/dry suit. Location details to be announced for each outing.
Friday
14
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Family friendly event dedicated to Greenland paddles, skin on frame kayaks, and fun.
Saturday
15
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Family friendly event dedicated to Greenland paddles, skin on frame kayaks, and fun.
Saturday
15
Thea Foss Waterway-Commencement Bay
10:00 AM
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Launch Thea Foss Waterway, depending on the weather we will either head east to Hylebos Waterway or head northwest along Ruston way. We’ll stop for lunch, and then return to Thea Foss Waterway. wet/dry suit recommended
Sunday
16
Father's Day
Sun, Jun 16, 2019
Sunday
16
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Family friendly event dedicated to Greenland paddles, skin on frame kayaks, and fun.
Thursday
20
Thursday
20
TBD
6:00 PM
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Evening paddle with Dr. Mark Huck. This paddle series will be hosted in the local waters of Burien. 6pm-8:30pm. Please be sure to wear wet/dry suit. Location details to be announced for each outing.
Friday
21
Summer Solstice
Fri, Jun 21, 2019
Saturday
22
Meet at IGA in Darrington
10:30 AM
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Put in above White chuck creek to Backman county park
Thursday
27
TBD
6:00 PM
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Evening paddle with Dr. Mark Huck. This paddle series will be hosted in the local waters of Burien. 6pm-8:30pm. Please be sure to wear wet/dry suit. Location details to be announced for each outing.
Saturday
29
Wildcat Cove
10:00 AM
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Launch at Wildcat Cove and paddle the shoreline to Chuckanut Bay, approximately 8 miles round trip.

July, 2019

Tuesday
2
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Don‘t let those class 2 skills get rusty over the summer.
Thursday
4
Independence Day
Thu, Jul 4, 2019
Thursday
11
Des Moines Marina and Fishing Pier
5:00 PM
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Launch from Des Moines Marina and paddle to Maury Island/PT Robinson Lighthouse.
Saturday
13
IGA in Darrington
10:30 AM
Saturday
20
Tuesday
23
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Don‘t let those class 2 skills get rusty over the summer
Tuesday
30

August, 2019

Sunday
11
Powerhouse Snoqualmie 2+
8:00 AM
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Got some basics down and a pretty good roll on the river? Let‘s work on surfing skills. This is meant for folks with a roll at least 50% of the time in the river and pretty good boat handling skills. Catch and stay on small to medium waves.
Friday
16
San Juan Island
Lopez, Turn and Shaw Islands
8:00 AM
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Launch at Fisherman’s bay in Lopez Village to Turn Island state Marine park Friday night, optional Friday Harbor for dinner. Saturday camping on Shaw Island with day trip options.
Friday
16
Northwestern park
1:00 PM
Saturday
17
Northwestern park
1:00 PM
Sunday
18
Northwestern park
1:00 PM
Tuesday
20
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from South Junction to the Sandy Beach
Tuesday
20
Wednesday
21
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from South Junction to the Sandy Beach
Thursday
22
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from South Junction to the Sandy Beach
Saturday
31

September, 2019

Sunday
1
Monday
2
Labor Day
Mon, Sep 2, 2019
Monday
2
Saturday
14
Windy Point campground
8:00 AM
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Continuous whitewater - last summer run!
Saturday
14
Lake Mayfield, Ike Kinswa State Park swim area.
10:30 AM
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SKI Paddle of Lake Mayfield and up the Lewis River (minimal current).
Sunday
15
Windy Point campground
8:00 AM
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Continuous whitewater - last summer run!
Friday
20
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We will camp on Pt Doughty and circumnavigate Waldron Island, and go somewhere else too, I can‘t make up my mind at the moment.
Monday
23
Autumnal Equinox
Mon, Sep 23, 2019
Saturday
28
10:30 AM
Monday
30
Rosh Hashanah (1st Day)
Mon, Sep 30, 2019

October, 2019

Saturday
5
Southworth
Blake Island Marine State Park
8:00 AM
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Southworth has a 1 NM crossing to Blake with 2 mile shoreline paddle to campgrounds.
Saturday evening we can do a hike around the island or a sunset paddle around the island.
Wednesday
9
Yom Kippur
Wed, Oct 9, 2019
Saturday
12
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A weekend on the Humptulips river on the SW OP
Sunday
13
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A weekend on the Humptulips river on the SW OP
Monday
14
Columbus Day
Mon, Oct 14, 2019
Sunday
20
Sunday
27
Thursday
31
Halloween
Thu, Oct 31, 2019

November, 2019

Saturday
2
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Let‘s spend the weekend boating on the NW side of the Olympic Peninsula. And if river levels cooperate the goal will be to paddle the South Fork of the Calawah, a rarely-seen class III+ gem in Olympic National Park.
Sunday
3
Daylight Savings Time Ends
Sun, Nov 3, 2019
Sunday
3
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Let‘s spend the weekend boating on the NW side of the Olympic Peninsula. And if river levels cooperate the goal will be to paddle the South Fork of the Calawah, a rarely-seen class III+ gem in Olympic National Park.
Sunday
10
Monday
11
Veterans Day / Remembrance Day
Mon, Nov 11, 2019
Saturday
16
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A Matheny Creek weekend of paddling and camping on the "far side of the Peninsula"!
Sunday
17
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A Matheny Creek weekend of paddling and camping on the "far side of the Peninsula"!
Saturday
23
Thursday
28
Thanksgiving
Thu, Nov 28, 2019

December, 2019

Sunday
8
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Green River Headworks - Class II+ with one class III (railroad drop)
Saturday
21
Winter Solstice
Sat, Dec 21, 2019
Monday
23
Hanukkah (1st Day)
Mon, Dec 23, 2019
Wednesday
25
Christmas
Wed, Dec 25, 2019
Thursday
26
Kwanzaa (1st Day)
Thu, Dec 26, 2019
Saturday
28
Fly into Quito, shuttle to small town basecamp.
8:00 AM
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Small World Adventures, warmth in our winter. ~$1800/week lodging, kayaks, food, instructors; come for one week, two weeks, 3 weeks or more. .
Sunday
29
Fly into Quito, shuttle to small town basecamp.
8:00 AM
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Small World Adventures, warmth in our winter. ~$1800/week lodging, kayaks, food, instructors; come for one week, two weeks, 3 weeks or more. .
Monday
30
Fly into Quito, shuttle to small town basecamp.
8:00 AM
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Small World Adventures, warmth in our winter. ~$1800/week lodging, kayaks, food, instructors; come for one week, two weeks, 3 weeks or more. .
Tuesday
31
Fly into Quito, shuttle to small town basecamp.
8:00 AM
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Small World Adventures, warmth in our winter. ~$1800/week lodging, kayaks, food, instructors; come for one week, two weeks, 3 weeks or more. .

January, 2020

Wednesday
1
New Years Day
Wed, Jan 1, 2020
Wednesday
1
Fly into Quito, shuttle to small town basecamp.
8:00 AM
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Small World Adventures, warmth in our winter. ~$1800/week lodging, kayaks, food, instructors; come for one week, two weeks, 3 weeks or more. .
Thursday
2
Fly into Quito, shuttle to small town basecamp.
8:00 AM
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Small World Adventures, warmth in our winter. ~$1800/week lodging, kayaks, food, instructors; come for one week, two weeks, 3 weeks or more. .
Friday
3
Fly into Quito, shuttle to small town basecamp.
8:00 AM
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Small World Adventures, warmth in our winter. ~$1800/week lodging, kayaks, food, instructors; come for one week, two weeks, 3 weeks or more. .
Saturday
4
Fly into Quito, shuttle to small town basecamp.
8:00 AM
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Small World Adventures, warmth in our winter. ~$1800/week lodging, kayaks, food, instructors; come for one week, two weeks, 3 weeks or more. .
Sunday
5
Fly into Quito, shuttle to small town basecamp.
8:00 AM
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Small World Adventures, warmth in our winter. ~$1800/week lodging, kayaks, food, instructors; come for one week, two weeks, 3 weeks or more. .
Monday
6
Fly into Quito, shuttle to small town basecamp.
8:00 AM
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Small World Adventures, warmth in our winter. ~$1800/week lodging, kayaks, food, instructors; come for one week, two weeks, 3 weeks or more. .
Tuesday
7
Fly into Quito, shuttle to small town basecamp.
8:00 AM
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Small World Adventures, warmth in our winter. ~$1800/week lodging, kayaks, food, instructors; come for one week, two weeks, 3 weeks or more. .
Wednesday
8
Fly into Quito, shuttle to small town basecamp.
8:00 AM
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Small World Adventures, warmth in our winter. ~$1800/week lodging, kayaks, food, instructors; come for one week, two weeks, 3 weeks or more. .
Thursday
9
Fly into Quito, shuttle to small town basecamp.
8:00 AM
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Small World Adventures, warmth in our winter. ~$1800/week lodging, kayaks, food, instructors; come for one week, two weeks, 3 weeks or more. .
Friday
10
Fly into Quito, shuttle to small town basecamp.
8:00 AM
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Small World Adventures, warmth in our winter. ~$1800/week lodging, kayaks, food, instructors; come for one week, two weeks, 3 weeks or more. .
Saturday
11
Fly into Quito, shuttle to small town basecamp.
8:00 AM
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Small World Adventures, warmth in our winter. ~$1800/week lodging, kayaks, food, instructors; come for one week, two weeks, 3 weeks or more. .
Sunday
12
Fly into Quito, shuttle to small town basecamp.
8:00 AM
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Small World Adventures, warmth in our winter. ~$1800/week lodging, kayaks, food, instructors; come for one week, two weeks, 3 weeks or more. .
Monday
13
Fly into Quito, shuttle to small town basecamp.
8:00 AM
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Small World Adventures, warmth in our winter. ~$1800/week lodging, kayaks, food, instructors; come for one week, two weeks, 3 weeks or more. .
Tuesday
14
Fly into Quito, shuttle to small town basecamp.
8:00 AM
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Small World Adventures, warmth in our winter. ~$1800/week lodging, kayaks, food, instructors; come for one week, two weeks, 3 weeks or more. .
Wednesday
15
Fly into Quito, shuttle to small town basecamp.
8:00 AM
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Small World Adventures, warmth in our winter. ~$1800/week lodging, kayaks, food, instructors; come for one week, two weeks, 3 weeks or more. .
Thursday
16
Fly into Quito, shuttle to small town basecamp.
8:00 AM
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Small World Adventures, warmth in our winter. ~$1800/week lodging, kayaks, food, instructors; come for one week, two weeks, 3 weeks or more. .
Friday
17
Fly into Quito, shuttle to small town basecamp.
8:00 AM
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Small World Adventures, warmth in our winter. ~$1800/week lodging, kayaks, food, instructors; come for one week, two weeks, 3 weeks or more. .
Saturday
18
Fly into Quito, shuttle to small town basecamp.
8:00 AM
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Less Info
Small World Adventures, warmth in our winter. ~$1800/week lodging, kayaks, food, instructors; come for one week, two weeks, 3 weeks or more. .
Sunday
19
Fly into Quito, shuttle to small town basecamp.
8:00 AM
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Less Info
Small World Adventures, warmth in our winter. ~$1800/week lodging, kayaks, food, instructors; come for one week, two weeks, 3 weeks or more. .
Monday
20
Martin Luther King Jr. Birthday
Mon, Jan 20, 2020

February, 2020

Friday
14
Valentine's Day
Fri, Feb 14, 2020
Monday
17
Presidents' Day
Mon, Feb 17, 2020

March, 2020

Sunday
8
Daylight Savings Time Begins
Sun, Mar 8, 2020
Tuesday
17
St Patrick's Day
Tue, Mar 17, 2020
Thursday
19
Vernal Equinox
Thu, Mar 19, 2020

April, 2020

Thursday
9
Passover (1st Day)
Thu, Apr 9, 2020
Friday
10
Good Friday
Fri, Apr 10, 2020
Sunday
12
Easter Sunday
Sun, Apr 12, 2020

May, 2020

Tuesday
5
Cinco de Mayo
Tue, May 5, 2020
Sunday
10
Mother's Day
Sun, May 10, 2020
Monday
25
Memorial Day
Mon, May 25, 2020

June, 2020

Saturday
20
Summer Solstice
Sat, Jun 20, 2020
Sunday
21
Father's Day
Sun, Jun 21, 2020

July, 2020

Saturday
4
Independence Day
Sat, Jul 4, 2020

September, 2020

Monday
7
Labor Day
Mon, Sep 7, 2020
Saturday
19
Rosh Hashanah (1st Day)
Sat, Sep 19, 2020
Tuesday
22
Autumnal Equinox
Tue, Sep 22, 2020
Monday
28
Yom Kippur
Mon, Sep 28, 2020

October, 2020

Monday
12
Columbus Day
Mon, Oct 12, 2020
Saturday
31
Halloween
Sat, Oct 31, 2020

November, 2020

Sunday
1
Daylight Savings Time Ends
Sun, Nov 1, 2020
Tuesday
3
Election Day
Tue, Nov 3, 2020
Wednesday
11
Veterans Day / Remembrance Day
Wed, Nov 11, 2020
Thursday
26
Thanksgiving
Thu, Nov 26, 2020

December, 2020

Friday
11
Hanukkah (1st Day)
Fri, Dec 11, 2020
Monday
21
Winter Solstice
Mon, Dec 21, 2020
Friday
25
Christmas
Fri, Dec 25, 2020
Saturday
26
Kwanzaa (1st Day)
Sat, Dec 26, 2020

January, 2021

Friday
1
New Years Day
Fri, Jan 1, 2021

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