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October 29, 2012
by kwikle
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Storm to end all storms

It was around this time last year when a young man made a very poor choice. Above is a graphic representation of all hell breaking loose. Winds exceeding 30 knots, and waves in excess of fifteen feet. John Milton picturing … Continue reading

August 11, 2010
by johnfleming
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Sea Kayaking South Manitou in a day

It’s 8am on Cannery Beach, Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore. It’s me, a chain smoking heavy equipment operator, and nobody else. He says that no overweight tourists will be at the beach until about 11, and he wants to lift the cannery up off the ground before they get there. By the end of the day, my body and physics degree will both agree that the crane and I have each expended about the same amount of total energy. To which my liberal arts education replies, “but I have been across the sea.” Continue reading

May 28, 2009
by kwikle
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20th Annual WMCKA Symposium Guest Speaker Jeff Allen

Jeff Allen co-owner of Sea Kayaking Cornwall visited this year to instruct and speak. Jeff came a day early to give an instructor update for the WMCKA instructional staff. The topic this year was incident management. Jeff has written a … Continue reading