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THE LIMIT
THE LIMIT

Ed Gillet’s solo crossing from California to Hawaii remains the boldest kayak voyage ever survived, but never fully told. Now paddling’s most enigmatic icon breaks his decades of silence. By Dave Shively / Portraits by Robert Zaleski Originally published in Canoe & Kayak magazine's May 2014 edition

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HEALING WATERS
HEALING WATERS

Veterans, PTSD, and Paddling

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AFTER THE STORM
AFTER THE STORM

Paddling becomes more than just paddling when the waters rise and erase your life. By Dave Shively Originally published in Canoe & Kayak magazine's March 2013 40th Anniversary Special Edition

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THE DRIVER
THE DRIVER

Eli Landis, central PA's hard-charging, truck-driving creekboater, featured in the 'Covert Operators' profile package from Canoe & Kayak's May 2013 issue.

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THE GOOD FIGHT
THE GOOD FIGHT

Why SUP Enigma Tom Jones is Paddling to Hawaii By Dave Shively / Portraits by JP Van Swae Originally published in SUP magazine's Winter 2015 edition.

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36 DAYS
36 DAYS

Matt Krizan: What I Learned Paddling the Entire California Coast. By Dave Shively / Portrait by JP Van Swae Published in the June 2014 edition of Canoe & Kayak

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