The last part of the COLT program that I help with is the WW3. This usually takes us out to the Nimpkish river. This fall had been quite wet and we weren’t sure how high the river would be when we arrived. There are many different sections so we knew there would still be one […]
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Loading up boats in the morning with light filtering through the clouds over upper campbell lake is a pretty good way to start the day, almost as good as a cup of coffee. We had a bit of rain overnight, so our day would find us on the Gold river. This is a beautiful section […]
Fall season is here on the island, rivers are starting to flow and another COLT session has started. Spent yesterday on the Campbell river and today on the Gold river during the 2nd session of the WW during the COLT semester. I always enjoy the teaching in these sessions. It is a busy part of […]
Had a great season once again teaching with the COLT students. We spent time paddling on the Gold, Campbell and Nimpkish rivers. Was great to see the paddlers progress from the lake to running different sections on the rivers. Enjoy a variety of photos below.
Each year in May and June, also in October and November, I spend a number of days with my co-instuctor, Laurel Archer teaching the COLT students WW kayaking. With the lower water levels this year we looked at some different options around the Gold river and were able to come up with some great spots to teach. […]