james

White Water Play Park Hearing

james wrote 397 days ago:


My friends, in today’s chaotic world, we are fortunate to have recreation outlets that we are privileged to participate in. In order to maintain forward momentum with certain projects, we must take a stand.

Tonight at 7:00 pm, the Chelan County Parks and Recreation Department is holding a hearing concerning the future of our parks in the valley. A white water play park is on the table and is in need of support.

The last parks and recreation meeting I attended was attended by more people representing whitewater kayaking than any other individual sport. If we can keep consistent representation, we will make progress.

Join us tonight at 400 Douglas St. in Wenatchee at 7:00 pm. This may not show an immediate impact but it definitely cannot hurt.

I hope to see you there.

Cheers,

T-Pot!



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tommygunn

White Water Play Park Hearing

tommygunn wrote 397 days ago:


My friends, in today’s chaotic world, we are fortunate to have recreation outlets that we are privileged to participate in. In order to maintain forward momentum with certain projects, we must take a stand.

Tonight at 7:00 pm, the Chelan County Parks and Recreation Department is holding a hearing concerning the future of our parks in the valley. A white water play park is on the table and is in need of support.

The last parks and recreation meeting I attended was attended by more people representing whitewater kayaking than any other individual sport. If we can keep consistent representation, we will make progress.

Join us tonight at 400 Douglas St. in Wenatchee at 7:00 pm. This may not show an immediate impact but it definitely cannot hurt.

I hope to see you there.

Cheers,

T-Pot!



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natefry

White Water Play Park Hearing

natefry wrote 397 days ago:


My friends, in today’s chaotic world, we are fortunate to have recreation outlets that we are privileged to participate in. In order to maintain forward momentum with certain projects, we must take a stand.

Tonight at 7:00 pm, the Chelan County Parks and Recreation Department is holding a hearing concerning the future of our parks in the valley. A white water play park is on the table and is in need of support.

The last parks and recreation meeting I attended was attended by more people representing whitewater kayaking than any other individual sport. If we can keep consistent representation, we will make progress.

Join us tonight at 400 Douglas St. in Wenatchee at 7:00 pm. This may not show an immediate impact but it definitely cannot hurt.

I hope to see you there.

Cheers,

T-Pot!



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saskia

White Water Play Park Hearing

saskia wrote 397 days ago:


My friends, in today’s chaotic world, we are fortunate to have recreation outlets that we are privileged to participate in. In order to maintain forward momentum with certain projects, we must take a stand.

Tonight at 7:00 pm, the Chelan County Parks and Recreation Department is holding a hearing concerning the future of our parks in the valley. A white water play park is on the table and is in need of support.

The last parks and recreation meeting I attended was attended by more people representing whitewater kayaking than any other individual sport. If we can keep consistent representation, we will make progress.

Join us tonight at 400 Douglas St. in Wenatchee at 7:00 pm. This may not show an immediate impact but it definitely cannot hurt.

I hope to see you there.

Cheers,

T-Pot!



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tommygunn

Hometown Throw-Down, Bend, Oregon

tommygunn wrote 717 days ago:


A group of talented local boaters gathered at the Bend Whitewater Park Wednesday at 6pm to throw freestyle moves on Jason’s wave.  The wave was set to be a small foam pile on surfer’s right and a green wave to the left.  The weather was 95 degrees and the water was fine.  We did get a visit from the Bend Metro Parks and Recreation District code enforcement personnel who asked if any money was required to participate in the Throw-Down.  Thanks to World Kayak and their sponsors we were good to go with waivers signed  and a mix of participants/non-participants taking turns on the wave.  The boaters were having so much fun pushing the limits of Jason’s wave that we stayed past the end of completion and left just before dark. Loops are still hard to achieve, but there were more than last Fall’s HTTD. Several participants were gratefully surprised that swag was based only on participation and I look forward to seeing my friends sporting the good looking drivers cap.

1)  Kyle Anderson 136 pts

2)  Jeff Huebner 113 pts

3)  Orion Junkins 112 pts

4)  David Kinker  77 pts

5)  Aaron Anderson 67 pts

6)  Nick Webber 61 pts

7)  Stephen Junkins 60 pts

8)  Noel Anderson 56 pts

9)  Myria Bury 36 pts

10) Jason Flannery 34 pts

11) Blaine Davis 30 pts



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james

Hometown Throw-Down, Bend, Oregon

james wrote 718 days ago:


A group of talented local boaters gathered at the Bend Whitewater Park Wednesday at 6pm to throw freestyle moves on Jason’s wave.  The wave was set to be a small foam pile on surfer’s right and a green wave to the left.  The weather was 95 degrees and the water was fine.  We did get a visit from the Bend Metro Parks and Recreation District code enforcement personnel who asked if any money was required to participate in the Throw-Down.  Thanks to World Kayak and their sponsors we were good to go with waivers signed  and a mix of participants/non-participants taking turns on the wave.  The boaters were having so much fun pushing the limits of Jason’s wave that we stayed past the end of completion and left just before dark. Loops are still hard to achieve, but there were more than last Fall’s HTTD. Several participants were gratefully surprised that swag was based only on participation and I look forward to seeing my friends sporting the good looking drivers cap.

1)  Kyle Anderson 136 pts

2)  Jeff Huebner 113 pts

3)  Orion Junkins 112 pts

4)  David Kinker  77 pts

5)  Aaron Anderson 67 pts

6)  Nick Webber 61 pts

7)  Stephen Junkins 60 pts

8)  Noel Anderson 56 pts

9)  Myria Bury 36 pts

10) Jason Flannery 34 pts

11) Blaine Davis 30 pts



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bozemankayaker

Hometown Throw-Down, Bend, Oregon

bozemankayaker wrote 718 days ago:


A group of talented local boaters gathered at the Bend Whitewater Park Wednesday at 6pm to throw freestyle moves on Jason’s wave.  The wave was set to be a small foam pile on surfer’s right and a green wave to the left.  The weather was 95 degrees and the water was fine.  We did get a visit from the Bend Metro Parks and Recreation District code enforcement personnel who asked if any money was required to participate in the Throw-Down.  Thanks to World Kayak and their sponsors we were good to go with waivers signed  and a mix of participants/non-participants taking turns on the wave.  The boaters were having so much fun pushing the limits of Jason’s wave that we stayed past the end of completion and left just before dark. Loops are still hard to achieve, but there were more than last Fall’s HTTD. Several participants were gratefully surprised that swag was based only on participation and I look forward to seeing my friends sporting the good looking drivers cap.

1)  Kyle Anderson 136 pts

2)  Jeff Huebner 113 pts

3)  Orion Junkins 112 pts

4)  David Kinker  77 pts

5)  Aaron Anderson 67 pts

6)  Nick Webber 61 pts

7)  Stephen Junkins 60 pts

8)  Noel Anderson 56 pts

9)  Myria Bury 36 pts

10) Jason Flannery 34 pts

11) Blaine Davis 30 pts



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james

Hometown Throw-Down, Bend, Oregon

james wrote 718 days ago:


A group of talented local boaters gathered at the Bend Whitewater Park Wednesday at 6pm to throw freestyle moves on Jason’s wave.  The wave was set to be a small foam pile on surfer’s right and a green wave to the left.  The weather was 95 degrees and the water was fine.  We did get a visit from the Bend Metro Parks and Recreation District code enforcement personnel who asked if any money was required to participate in the Throw-Down.  Thanks to World Kayak and their sponsors we were good to go with waivers signed  and a mix of participants/non-participants taking turns on the wave.  The boaters were having so much fun pushing the limits of Jason’s wave that we stayed past the end of completion and left just before dark. Loops are still hard to achieve, but there were more than last Fall’s HTTD. Several participants were gratefully surprised that swag was based only on participation and I look forward to seeing my friends sporting the good looking drivers cap.

1)  Kyle Anderson 136 pts

2)  Jeff Huebner 113 pts

3)  Orion Junkins 112 pts

4)  David Kinker  77 pts

5)  Aaron Anderson 67 pts

6)  Nick Webber 61 pts

7)  Stephen Junkins 60 pts

8)  Noel Anderson 56 pts

9)  Myria Bury 36 pts

10) Jason Flannery 34 pts

11) Blaine Davis 30 pts



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natefry

Pool Sessions

natefry wrote 889 days ago:



The boating community in Cody is on the rise! This year, with the approval of  bi-monthly pool sessions at the local Recreation Center, our paddling community has continued to flourish. Every week, new faces of young paddlers are beginning to appear. With the support from our veteran paddlers, our beginners are using the winter months to develop new techniques, and learn how to roll. For anyone interested in attending a pool session, they are held the second and fourth Wednesday of every month. There is a $4 fee. Boats are available at Gradient Mountain Sports for those who would like to get started. 



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saskia

Pool Sessions

saskia wrote 889 days ago:



The boating community in Cody is on the rise! This year, with the approval of  bi-monthly pool sessions at the local Recreation Center, our paddling community has continued to flourish. Every week, new faces of young paddlers are beginning to appear. With the support from our veteran paddlers, our beginners are using the winter months to develop new techniques, and learn how to roll. For anyone interested in attending a pool session, they are held the second and fourth Wednesday of every month. There is a $4 fee. Boats are available at Gradient Mountain Sports for those who would like to get started. 



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