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Kayak Video and Pizza Night

Monday's why do we have them? Wishing you were still on the water? Come out and watch "Toxic Waters", a great whitewater kayaking film showing some great destination, like the North Coast. Where is that? Come out and learn. We will provide the room and the video while you can grab a slice of pizza and watch this action packed film. 

Toxic Waters from Amongst It on Vimeo.

The class that I attended was small but the level of experience was quite varied.  Kelly has a great sense where the students skills were at during the weekend.  Kelly had a sense when a student needed to re-group after a bit of trouble and when he could push them with new skills to build their confidence.  Overall the group proceeded very smoothly through the weekend course without interuption.
David Brauer
Even though I only took the Intro to Kayak class at the pool prior to the Coastal Kayaking on Inlandwaters 'Kayak Touring' course, I was confident in performing the wet exit in open waters…the rescue exercises were by far the biggest asset of the class.
Betty Beaudry

Kayak Video and Pizza Night

If your still reeling from the weekend and not ready to settle into the work week, come out for our kayak movie and pizza night. We will be showing LVM #27, (Launch Video Magazine) "The Rockies". This is a great whitewater kayak film showcasing some of the whitewater potential that the Rocky Mountains have to offer. We will see some great action while enjoying some good food. We will bring the movie and hold the room, while you get some pizza and watch the action. 

 

LVM #27 from Lunch Video Magazine on Vimeo.

Kelly has a way of transferring his passion for kayaking to everyone who attends a talk, lesson or paddles with him.  A very patient and conscientious instructor, I always feel safe during lessons on and off the river.  Not only does Kelly teach the sport, he finds ways to help you find your niche and meet others who share the same interest.  In addition, the other instructors he brings along are equally as knowledgeable and helpful.  If you haven't tried kayaking or want to hone your skills, this is a great place to start.

Susan Brockway  -  Los Alamos National Laboratory

I learned the "basics" that I "thought" I knew - after kayaking for 10 years, I realized I should have taken this course years ago…in addition to the "basics" I was amazed at the techniques I learned regarding paddling, strokes, maneuvers, rescues, navigation and expedition planning!

Betty Beaudry
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