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Each year I get the opportunity to take a group of high school students down the Nimpkish river. It is a great experience each year. This year was a bit different with the water levels on Vancouver Island at historic lows, we were able to run the lower section of the Nimpkish only once. The […]

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Twice a year I do a three day trip down the Nimpkish river with the Canadian Outdoor Leadership Training students. It is always fun running down the river with a variety of craft. The trip varies from being warm in the spring to being a bit on the cold side in the fall. This year […]

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Gold River is a pretty, small town on the northern west coast of Vancouver Island. It is also a paddlers dream. With one main river with 5 sections, and over 5 tributaries within a 20min drive from town there are a lot of options. With the use of Txt’s and Facebook Michael and myself were […]

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Vancouver Island Mission Recently myself, Shayne Vollmers and Steve Johnson were able to get out and do Piggiot (sieve) Creek. This was originally done by a crew from TRL, TDub and Bellingham back in May of 2006 with some of the data supplied by Jan Dettmer, an original river daddy of Vancouver Island. By far […]

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