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Seattle, WA
Hometown: Ho-Ho-Kus

Member since:

July 30, 2011

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

Lakes in the Cascades or Olympics. Most anywhere in the Puget Sound. The San Juans are taking priority this summer.

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

Probably the San Juans.

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


Where are some of the places you have been kayaking?

If we include canoeing and surfski in that, well: the Willamette river in Oregon, Crystal Lake in the Oregon Cascades, Lake Union, Ross Lake in the northern Cascades, False Bay South Africa, Durban South Africa. Most recently, Cypress Island from Anacortes, the Sammamish Slough, Stillaguamish to Skagit, and James Island from Anacortes.


Hi! I paddle, rock climb, hike, and ice climb among other things. I'm a surfski paddler originally but have changed to kayaking due to the water temp. Looking forward to getting out on the water.

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