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Kayak 2018

My kayak journal for 2018
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Koh Lipe is a small island off the southwest coast of Thailand, near the Malaysian border. It isn't very crowded and has turquoise waters and white sandy beaches. My family and I live in the crowded smoggy city ...
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Amazing Thailand

Our family thrives on outdoor adventures. Here's a place where I can share how we escape Bangkok's concrete jungle on the weekends and holidays.
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A 5-day kayaking-hiking-camping combo with good friends: Cape Chignecto, NS.
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Much of my paddling pleasure is going for an hour on the LaHave River, just a short walk from my back door - or sometimes loading the kayak for a short drive to launch nearby for a morning ...
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In March and April 2018 we are leaving the Montana snow behind to travel through Guatemala, Honduras, Belize, and Mexico. Follow our adventures here and at www.travelingmel.com.
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A weekend escape from Bangkok life, this place provides limestone for climbing and rappelling, a river for swimming and kayaking, and offers great Thai food at very affordable prices. We try to head here a couple times a ...
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Kayaking 2017

Perfect conditions for 3-day paddling trip in Kejimkujik National Park: clear sky, no wind, kindred spirit friend sharing the fun.
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  • Kejimkujik Lake, Nova Scotia, Canada
A journal for my random outings around Maine and New Hampshire (mostly), moving along by foot, pedal, or paddle.
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Paddling - 2016

Paddling in my kayak fills me up, is a place of meditation, gives me a feeling of strength and vitality. Whether it’s a short trip on the LaHave River where I live or longer excursion combined with camping ...
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