In my relentless search for places to escape the cold, I found Mexico! A refuge from the polar vortexes of the U.S. and also a paddlers paradise. There is so much diversity of whitewater that you need multiple river craft to enjoy it all!
Added by Aaron koch on December 16, 2014 at 4:52pm — No Comments
It's time for The Green Race! On this episode of In Between Swims, I sit down with multiple Green Race champion Tommy Hilleke to discuss the logistics and strategy for setting safety at the Green Race, especially at signature rapids Gorilla and Go Left.
Listen on the Soundcloud player at https://soundcloud.com/inbetweenswims/green-race-2014
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The spring is always very early here, in the Soca valley, in Slovenia. Last weekend we were expecting some rain, and one for our friend, Bojan Rušjan told, if we are lucky, we can try to paddle on Idrija river. It is a small creek on the border of Italy and Slovenia. Close to the Soca valley, Idrija is one of those creeks, which is possible to paddle only after a big rain.…Continue
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Life in the day of electonic comunnications takes its toll. I do a few web pages , a personal blog this page and some other stuff. Very easy to forgetto stop by and keep things updated. Being the middle of a bloody cold winter, not a lot happeninng here boat wise. Still a good season to plan trips and dream. I must admit each year a location on an ocean with warm water is looking better and better all the time. I pickedup a tandem Seaward kayak this fall and she needs some basic work a few…Continue
I've seen a lot of SUP products over the last few years, some good, some bad. Recently I had the chance to paddle some Glide SUP boards, traditional surfboard design with a bombproof GSS coating. My Glide boards have fallen from the roof rack to the cement, t-boned other surfboards in the ocean and been ridden across thousands of rocks without any damage.Continue
Added by Aaron koch on March 18, 2013 at 7:00am — No Comments
We've been making the rounds here in Mexico this year. Water levels are on the low side so we have been using the SUP,s a lot this year. After the Alseseca Race we went to the Rio Filobobos then down to Rio Actopan...and later everybody's favorite whitewater paradise Rio Micos!
Boards we are using are the: NRS Czar, Glide SUP Mongo and the…Continue
Added by Aaron koch on February 14, 2013 at 9:30pm — No Comments
Sering nelayan digambarkan sebagai masyarakat miskin, tidak memiliki cita-cita dan pandangan hidup ke depan (visi). Tapi kenyataannya nelayan-nelayan di Haloban telah berhasil menyekolahkan anak-anak mereka sampai ke perguruan tinggi negeri. Ada di antaranya yang mendapatkan beasiswa dari pemerintah, namun kebanyakan dibiayai oleh orang tua (nelayan) sendiri. Mitos kemiskinan itu sekarang sudah terhapuskan atas keberhasilan anak-anak nelayan yang sudah berhasil menimba ilmu sampai ke…Continue
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This blog is from a SUP stand point. SUP is much more footwear intensive than kayaking. When we find something good..we get very excited!
Added by Aaron koch on December 17, 2012 at 1:33am — No Comments
NRS has a new line of inflatable SUP boards for 2013. You can expect to see some of the best river running inflatables on the market. These boards are light weight, durable and ready to surf.…Continue
Added by Aaron koch on October 26, 2012 at 10:41pm — No Comments
My first attempt at making a kayaking photo book. please excuse some text errors as this is still a draft version. Please share your comments. Hope you like the photos. 16 pages. Will update it asap with the official 1st edition as I have 22 pages now and spell checked and corrected errors.…
Added by KAYAKokanagan on October 8, 2012 at 4:56pm — No Comments
From a report it seems that klepper, the folding kayak company will cease production of their single seat and two seat classic kayaks in Germany. They may try to have them made in a country with lower manufacturing costs. Klepper kayaks have been around since 1907 and in 1956 Dr Hanns Lindman crossed the Atlantic ocean unassited or sponsored in a stock Aerius two kayak which he bought himself and made a few minor changes. He did have sail assist and a home made outrigger, it took him 72…Continue
Added by john allsop on July 28, 2012 at 5:54am — No Comments
Among the most widespread and major threats currently concerning personal computers and the cyber world is actually Spyware malware. A Spy ware can be described as harmful application which was intended to sneak in the personal computer with intent to divert info that include individual information or make your computer at risk of other infections for instance virus infections and also malwares. A few of the common symptoms that there is a Spyware infections will be banner advertisings,…Continue
Added by Denis Martines on July 18, 2012 at 1:00pm — No Comments
Life is busy battling the Canadian Government. Our prime minister is hell bent on destroying the country to get oil to China. The man is mad and we are doing our best to block him. Not easy he has a majority government and like sheep they all do what they are told.
Hope that this finds all well with you. Cheers, Greg
Added by Greg Loftus ( Cominco) on June 26, 2012 at 4:06am — No Comments
In this new episode of In Between Swims...
A collection of the best (and worst) swims from 5 years of In Between Swims. Featuring stories from seasoned pro's and amateurs alike, I look back at epic tales from Emily Jackson, Steve Fisher, Tao Berman, Woody Callaway and many more.
Added by In Between Swims on May 24, 2012 at 10:56pm — No Comments
This is the newest addition to the Badfish quiver. It is a very stable and nimble river runner. Has a great volume distribution and is sure to get you on almost any wave!
Added by Aaron koch on April 4, 2012 at 4:00am — No Comments
You have to choose your waterfalls very carefully when paddling a SUP. You want the falls to be near vertical and not too tall. The drop in these pictures is about 14 feet tall.
With these sliding drops it is very important to not use the skegs. Either turn the board around backwards or choose a board with removable skegs.
Foot placement should be in the Kung Fu stance so you have maximum stability. I have also tried surfer stance…Continue
Video of the MCIT in action.
Added by Aaron koch on February 23, 2012 at 6:36am — No Comments
In Between Swims presents the audio version of late, African river pioneer Hendri Coetzee's blog, 'The Great White Explorer' with host, Jeff McIntyre.
"The days of the great explorers who walked onto blank continents and sailed into unending oceans are gone for good. People like me are wannabes, lucky that there are some places…
Added by In Between Swims on February 3, 2012 at 10:25pm — No Comments