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Respect for Native Sites and Artifacts
Ancient Chugach burial caves, hidden in outcroppings all along the rugged coastline of Prince William Sound in Alaska, are accessible only by small boats such as kayaks. For more than a century, these sites have been looted for their artifacts, masks and skeletal remains. The increase of kayakers, who can nose into areas difficult to …
Applying a Keel Strip – Repairing a Composite Kayak
Fiberglass kayaks are much tougher than most people think they are. A solidly built glass boat is perfectly capable of landings on rocky shores and will hold up for years with some simple maintenance. However, any kayak will eventually start to show signs of wear. Most boats wear along the keel line, particularly at the …
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The Whale’s Gift – Kayaking with the Orcas
Some call them blackfish or killer whales. Old salts still refer to them as grampus. They are playful, highly vocal and, for 10-ton carnivores, are rarely aggresive. I heard the orca long before seeing them. On the flat waters of British Columbia, sound skims along like a stone. You can hear a blow miles away. …
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