tommygunn

Pool Sessions

tommygunn wrote 802 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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james

Pool Sessions

james wrote 802 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

Bend Whitewater Park from the Air

saskia wrote 1030 days ago:


Looking downstream at the BWP the safe passage for floaters is on the left, the four surf features are in the center and a wildlife preserve is on the right.  We are looking at the end of August or early September for opening to the public.  The lower construction bridge needs to be removed and park landscaping finished.  All four surf features are bladder controlled and there are also diverters controlling the flow into each channel.  This will all be computer controlled and the Bend Parks and Recreation Department is recruiting for a River Recreational Specialist (Wave Master) to oversee all park operations and maintenance.  This posting ends on 7/6 and can be found at their website  http://www.bendparksandrec.org/info/About_Us/employment/Job_Openings/.



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tommygunn

Bend Whitewater Park from the Air

tommygunn wrote 1030 days ago:


Looking downstream at the BWP the safe passage for floaters is on the left, the four surf features are in the center and a wildlife preserve is on the right.  We are looking at the end of August or early September for opening to the public.  The lower construction bridge needs to be removed and park landscaping finished.  All four surf features are bladder controlled and there are also diverters controlling the flow into each channel.  This will all be computer controlled and the Bend Parks and Recreation Department is recruiting for a River Recreational Specialist (Wave Master) to oversee all park operations and maintenance.  This posting ends on 7/6 and can be found at their website  http://www.bendparksandrec.org/info/About_Us/employment/Job_Openings/.



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bozemankayaker

Bend Whitewater Park from the Air

bozemankayaker wrote 1030 days ago:


Looking downstream at the BWP the safe passage for floaters is on the left, the four surf features are in the center and a wildlife preserve is on the right.  We are looking at the end of August or early September for opening to the public.  The lower construction bridge needs to be removed and park landscaping finished.  All four surf features are bladder controlled and there are also diverters controlling the flow into each channel.  This will all be computer controlled and the Bend Parks and Recreation Department is recruiting for a River Recreational Specialist (Wave Master) to oversee all park operations and maintenance.  This posting ends on 7/6 and can be found at their website  http://www.bendparksandrec.org/info/About_Us/employment/Job_Openings/.



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Bend Whitewater Park from the Air

natefry wrote 1030 days ago:


Looking downstream at the BWP the safe passage for floaters is on the left, the four surf features are in the center and a wildlife preserve is on the right.  We are looking at the end of August or early September for opening to the public.  The lower construction bridge needs to be removed and park landscaping finished.  All four surf features are bladder controlled and there are also diverters controlling the flow into each channel.  This will all be computer controlled and the Bend Parks and Recreation Department is recruiting for a River Recreational Specialist (Wave Master) to oversee all park operations and maintenance.  This posting ends on 7/6 and can be found at their website  http://www.bendparksandrec.org/info/About_Us/employment/Job_Openings/.



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tommygunn

Bend Whitewater Park from the Air

tommygunn wrote 1030 days ago:


Looking downstream at the BWP the safe passage for floaters is on the left, the four surf features are in the center and a wildlife preserve is on the right.  We are looking at the end of August or early September for opening to the public.  The lower construction bridge needs to be removed and park landscaping finished.  All four surf features are bladder controlled and there are also diverters controlling the flow into each channel.  This will all be computer controlled and the Bend Parks and Recreation Department is recruiting for a River Recreational Specialist (Wave Master) to oversee all park operations and maintenance.  This posting ends on 7/6 and can be found at their website  http://www.bendparksandrec.org/info/About_Us/employment/Job_Openings/.



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james

Bend Whitewater Park from the Air

james wrote 1030 days ago:


Looking downstream at the BWP the safe passage for floaters is on the left, the four surf features are in the center and a wildlife preserve is on the right.  We are looking at the end of August or early September for opening to the public.  The lower construction bridge needs to be removed and park landscaping finished.  All four surf features are bladder controlled and there are also diverters controlling the flow into each channel.  This will all be computer controlled and the Bend Parks and Recreation Department is recruiting for a River Recreational Specialist (Wave Master) to oversee all park operations and maintenance.  This posting ends on 7/6 and can be found at their website  http://www.bendparksandrec.org/info/About_Us/employment/Job_Openings/.



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Celestial Falls is Beautiful

james wrote 1168 days ago:




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Celestial Falls is Beautiful

tommygunn wrote 1168 days ago:




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