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REALITY CHECK
REALITY CHECK

From C&K's Summer 2016 edition: An everyman canoe adventure through Banff National Park yields unreal surprises from a hidden glacial lake to the colorful paddling legends that inhabit Alberta's Bow River Valley

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A DAY NOT WASTED
A DAY NOT WASTED

Fathers and Sons on Washington's Winchester Wasteway By Dave Shively / Photos by Aaron Schmidt Published in June 2015 on CanoeKayak.com

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ONE LIFE
ONE LIFE

Three Days with Paddling's Kings at the Curious and Miraculous Rey Del Rio Waterfall World Championship By Dave Shively / Photos by David Jackson First published in the May 2015 edition of Canoe & Kayak

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FUEL'S GOLD
FUEL'S GOLD

Paddling the Boomtown Intersection of America's longest river and its largest oil field. Welcome to the Bakken. By Dave Shively / Photos by Aaron Schmidt and Rob Zaleski First published in the Aug 2014 edition of Canoe & Kayak

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COLD SNAP
COLD SNAP

Exploring Alaska's Frozen Frontier By Dave Shively Originally published in SUP magazine's Winter 2012 edition

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MISSISSIPPI CROSSROADS
MISSISSIPPI CROSSROADS

At the intersection of the blues and the Delta’s wildest reaches, one soulful paddler holds the keys to the river’s salvation. By Dave Shively / Photos by Robert Zaleski Originally published in Canoe & Kayak magazine's December 2010 edition

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INFLATED HOPES
INFLATED HOPES

Paddling an I-SUP from Guatemala to Belize sure sounded like a good idea ... By Dave Shively Originally published in SUP magazine's Summer 2012 edition

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THE PORTAGE
THE PORTAGE

Retracing the forgotten paddling trail that made New Orleans. By Dave Shively, photos by Robert Zaleski Originally published in Canoe & Kayak magazine's August 2012 edition

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MAKING PROGRESS
MAKING PROGRESS

Nunavut’s lonesome rivers dish out lessons one way--when they’re ready to By Dave Shively / Photos by Robert Zaleski Originally published in Canoe & Kayak magazine's May 2012 edition

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STANDUP RENAISSANCE
STANDUP RENAISSANCE

Exploring Italy’s SUP roots, from Venetian canals to the island wilds of Tuscany By Dave Shively Originally published in SUP magazine's Fall 2010 edition

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ACADIANA
ACADIANA

Some of America’s best paddling is where you least expect it. By Dave Shively / Photos by Robert Zaleski Originally published in Canoe & Kayak magazine's May 2013 edition

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MIDDLE FORK RISING
MIDDLE FORK RISING

Reporting from an epic high-water trip down Idaho's wilderness multi-day classic, the Middle Fork Salmon.

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