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Carolyn M.


Seattle, WA

Member since:

September 10, 2013

What new place do you want to paddle in this year?

Haida Gwaii and nearby heritage sites, Johnstone Straits, revisit nooks and crannies around Puget Sound.

What is your favorite place to paddle here in the NW?

Quiet waters in South Puget Sound; Gulf Islands

What is your sea kayaking experience level (beginner, intermediate, expert)?


Where are some of the places you have been kayaking?

Have gunkholed around most corners of Puget Sound and San Juans; SW BC waters such as Gulf Islands, Barkley and Desolation Sounds Princess Louisa Inlet. Favorite highlights-- paddling Yukon River from Lake Bennett to Dawson; Rio Corobici to and across Gulf of Nicoya; Baja MX.


First breathed the sweet smell of sea kayaking at Pacific Water Sports in 1979 and have been paddling since then, generally in Pacific Northwest and Canada. In recent years, too much work and not enough paddling. Help me!!

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