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Bryan Sarauer
I love to paddle, and I love teaching others to paddle.
I love to paddle, and I love teaching others to paddle.
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Lazy Cabbage Rolls Recipe
Here is a recipe that I've made a couple of times for trips and it's worked really well. Be careful not to overdo the quantities. Although I've seen it elsewhere (can't recall where), it has been posted by "Tripper" on the MyCCR.com forums. I'm putting it h...

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The List: International Version
The following is something that's been languishing in my drafts folder for years. I's not doing any good there, so I might as well publish it as is, even if I haven't quite finished it or polished it. Some time ago I published a list of places I want to pad...

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Freya Hoffmeister - North American Circumnavigation
Freya is doing it again - she has set out on yet another circumnavigation and this time she has her eyes set on North America. She set out from Seattle on March 23rd, 2017 heading northward. She plans to do the circumnavigation in a a couple of legs, the fi...

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My buddy Rob takes some pretty awesome photos on our canoe tips.

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Go Vote!
Here is a post I made earlier this morning on facebook expressing my opinion regarding the current political party leading and shaping the Canadian government. I have a strong negative opinion about the current governing political party. Here are a few of m...

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Vinessa Currie, One Helluva Woman
A good friend of mine died on Friday night. She was driving to Saskatoon with her family to take part in the Saskatchewan Paddling Symposium the next day. Vinessa was a founding member of the Common Currents Paddling Association and part of our small organi...

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Saskatchewan Paddling Symposium, April 25th
Hi folks, the Saskatchewan Paddling Symposium is less than three weeks away! April 25th is going to come very, very fast. But, everything IS coming together very nicely, albeit a tad hectically. I am super excited. Check it out at www.saskpaddlingsymposium....

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Pogies vs. Gloves for Coldwater Paddling
I've had some discussion (argument) recently with a knowledgeable fellow about wearing pogies versus gloves while cold-water paddling. The other fellow dismissed pogies as not adequate and argued that gloves are better because they keep your hands warm if y...

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Sunday Afternoon Paddle - And a Visit From The Water Rescue Team
I finally managed to take advantage of the warm weather and get out for a paddle on the South Saskatchewan River yesterday afternoon. The air temperature was a high of 11°C (cooler on the water I expect) and there was a fair south breeze as a headwind for t...
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