Canoe & Kayak, March 2007 – Table of Contents
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Arkansas Phoenix – How far would you go to steal a glance at a bird science pronounced extinct before you were born? Probably not as far as this team of intrepid canoeists.
By Mara Kahn
Green Giants – Summer turns to winter and other misadventures confront canoeists on the Yukon’s Snake River.
Paddling Polynesia – In the island nation of Tahiti, boating isn’t just a sport, pastime or mode of transportation. It’s a way of life. By Paul Villecourt
Owyhee, Oregon -A rare desert run will quench your thirst for adventure. Allan S. Kesselheim
River Junkets – From western mainlines to eastern cricks, four stretches to soothe your spring fever.
Cabo San Lucas, Mexico – Paddling into a postcard at Baja’s Land’s End. By Mathew Dexter
Group Therapy – Go green with your extra greenbacks.
Group Company – They say consumers vote with their dollar-support these manufacturers and cast yours for the earth.
Raw Materials -Several brands get back to nature, or the lab, to produce more envirofreindly gear.
I, Kayak – M.I.T. unveils the boat of the future that could change the future of boating.
Essays from the Field – An eyewitness at ANWR, a faithful canoe and a belated apology.
Recreational Touring Kayaks Review
Hybrid Cars for Paddlers
Rants and Raves