Â Â This weekend was the Deerfield River Festival.Â They tried a new eventÂ this year.Â It was well organized by Zoar Outdoor Center’s Fergus Coffey.Â The competition was a mass start down the Deerfield River, a run up the steep take-out hill, and a 8 mile bike ride.Â The course was short, I figured it would …
Monthly Archive: July 2007
I am just now recovering from an epic weekend on the Black River in Watetown, NY.Â There was a more casual competitive atmosphere than many other festivals, but there was no lack of quality kayaking and good times.Â Â
The Great Glen in Scotland is a beautiful part of the world, a fault line running diagonally across the highlands formed three long deep lochs (Loch Lochy, Loch Oich and Loch Ness) which were joined in the 1800’s by the Caledonian Canal, allowing boats to travel across the country from Fort William to Inverness. This …
4 rainy days at Skook this past week. Check out the video.
With the typical ‘British summer’ rolling on [rain, rain, sun oh no more rain!], it was time to head to the French Alps in the search for cyrstal waters, good food all washed down with pleanty of fine wine… Â Â
Heres a video with footage from the Green Truss and Little White Salmon in Washington State.
I am way too lazy on reporting, but before i head off to norway next friday, i try to sum up and recall what happened:
After a playboating session in the washing mashine (Augsburg) friday night, Birgit and I drove into the alps in order to run the Lech Gorge. I was quite exited, as it was my first time trying out the Ammo S and then two girls alone on difficult whitewater is always something special for me. We …
Our latest update from Washington includes the classic Little White Salmon and Top Tye Rivers, as well as some great river running on the White Salmon and the Cispus. Enjoy these two Top Tye shots, or feel free to check out the whole report at www.RiverGypsies.com Leland at Monkey Cage on the Top Tye.photo by …