Author Archives: "Canoe & Kayak"
Award Nominations Open, Earth Day paddles and Endangered Rivers, ‘Powell to Powell’ Debut + More
Canoecopia: Best in Show, A Dugout Adventure on Lake Michigan, Lessons Learned from a Canoeing Epic, and More River Rescue.
40th Exclusives, Skook Classified Finale, An Olympian’s Right to Play, and Look Who’s Paddling in the White House.
From the C&K Vault, Fire and Water, Destination: Creek Race, and Keller Strikes Again.
Adam Bradley’s Pure Intentions, How to Paddle All Winter, Still in the Raft Race, and A Frigid New Year’s Tradition.
Once again, The Google has spoken. We crunched the analytics from the all-knowing search engine to find out which CanoeKayak.com stories were the most read. Here’s our top 10 original stories for 2012 plus our top video and photo gallery of the year as well as the top gear review, top skills piece, and top multimedia story from the magazine, as chosen by reader pageviews.
Holiday Gift Guide and Winter Reading, Death of a Canoe Legend, Skook Classified PT.2, Wrapping up the Whitewater Grand Prix, and Going Huge.
Whitewater Grand Prix, Putting Rescue PFDs to the Test, Skook Classified, and Norwegian Eye-Candy.
Green Recap, In the Eye of the Storm, After the Dam on the White Salmon, and Storm Riders.
The Utmost Missouri, Remembrances, Live from Nile Fest, Rio Grande Race, and Sick Hat Trick.
Rescue for River Runners: Episode 6, Down the Dnieper, Whitewater World Series: Stage 5, and Waiting for Gales.
Gauley Folly, Trans-Territorial Canoe Expedition, The Home Stretch + More
All of us have one thing in common with screen legend Russell Crowe: If we get lost at sea, the men and women of the United States Coast Guard will come looking for us. Here the USCG provides timely information on Operation Paddle Smart with advice for small craft enthusiasts on how to stay safe, be responsible, and help SAR responders during an actual emergency by obtaining an “If Found” sticker.
The first adult we spot is roaming the beach wearing only his Calvin Klein underwear. It’s about 8:30 in the morning. We ask the man, whose name is Artyom, if we can use his fire to brew tea. He answers by handing us each a beer. As we make our tea there is more movement on the island, and Ura emerges from his “house”–a wooden framework covered in clear plastic. When we mention we need to buy food, Ura takes Giulio to a county bazaar in his speedboat, while Jeff takes a beer nap on the beach.