Category: General

  • Making the most of the end of paddling season

    ** This post was originally posted at http://jacksonkayak.com/blog/2018/10/24/making-the-most-of-the-end-of-paddling-season/ ** The BC paddling season has been an interesting one this year. It started with amazing news that the snowpack was 150% of average, after an amazing winter of lots and lots of snow, which had everyone super stoked for a long and plentiful paddling season. Spring run […]

  • Wilson Creek – a little bit of California in North Carolina

    Wilson Creek, designated as a National Wild and Scenic River, is a beautiful place tucked away in central North Carolina within the Pisgah National Forest. We had a great time running this with friends in mid-October after rains brought the levels up. The run is about 2 miles long and people often do at least […]

  • Paddling the “Yough” or Youghiogheny River system

    We spent 4 days hanging out around the Youghiogheny River basin in early September and had a great time exploring the area. It was definitely too short of a visit and we’ll need to come again to really explore all that the Laurel Highlands area provides (paddling, biking, hiking etc.). The Youghiogheny River has four different […]

  • This adventure brought to you by Desperate for Whitewater in the Yukon…

    Our return to the Yukon has been a fairly abrupt transition. Hunter was out the door within an hour of arriving home to see friends leaving Tim and I a few days to unpack everything and spend a lot of time staring at each other and the “stuff” we were surrounded by. It wasn’t helped […]

  • APB – Cops do math & physics at work!!!

      As part of the San Diego Festival of Science and Engineering we spent an amazing 2 hours in a free workshop put on by the Escondido Police Department. The audience was a mix of homeschool families and high school students and it was standing room only… The presentation was broken into two one hour […]