natefry

The Boulder Bend Bash

natefry wrote 959 days ago:


Originally, the Boulder Bend Bash was intended to be a team time trial event. However, the day the race took place there were one thousand other things going on between The Leavenworth Film Festival and the rafting companies being slammed. So we mixed things up a little bit.

Andy cannot wait to fill out this waiver.

Kyle Scott discussing his training techniques with Tegan

Cody Albright finishing an interview while his team prepares his equipment

Our core group of racers slowly trickled into the take out at the Happy Wave Beach Club where Osprey Rafting was kind enough to let us set up shop. With all of the river guide kayakers tied up in their entertainment duties, we had a relatively small turn out. Nonetheless, it was the most diverse turn out of paddlers any Leavenworth World Kayak event had ever seen.

Hailing from Colorado, we had Andy Zeiger representing the squirt boater scene with team Shark Attack. From Ellensburg, Washington, Eric Wintard was bringing it tough with the inflatable kayak. Holding it down for the modern creek boat class was Kyle Scott, and last but lot least, Darren and Cody Albright had their game faces on as they prepared to assault the race in the Dynamic Duo. I would also like to give a big shout out to Tegan Owens from British Columbia for helping out with the race and gracing us with her presence.



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tommygunn

The Boulder Bend Bash

tommygunn wrote 959 days ago:


Originally, the Boulder Bend Bash was intended to be a team time trial event. However, the day the race took place there were one thousand other things going on between The Leavenworth Film Festival and the rafting companies being slammed. So we mixed things up a little bit.

Andy cannot wait to fill out this waiver.

Kyle Scott discussing his training techniques with Tegan

Cody Albright finishing an interview while his team prepares his equipment

Our core group of racers slowly trickled into the take out at the Happy Wave Beach Club where Osprey Rafting was kind enough to let us set up shop. With all of the river guide kayakers tied up in their entertainment duties, we had a relatively small turn out. Nonetheless, it was the most diverse turn out of paddlers any Leavenworth World Kayak event had ever seen.

Hailing from Colorado, we had Andy Zeiger representing the squirt boater scene with team Shark Attack. From Ellensburg, Washington, Eric Wintard was bringing it tough with the inflatable kayak. Holding it down for the modern creek boat class was Kyle Scott, and last but lot least, Darren and Cody Albright had their game faces on as they prepared to assault the race in the Dynamic Duo. I would also like to give a big shout out to Tegan Owens from British Columbia for helping out with the race and gracing us with her presence.



Categorized as:beach  •  boulder  •  boulder-bend  •  entertainment  •  festival  •  happy-wave  •  modern  •  training  •  wenatcheebeach  •  boulder  •  boulder-bend  •  entertainment  •  festival  •  happy-wave  •  modern  •  training  •  wenatcheebeach  •  boulder  •  boulder-bend  •  entertainment  •  festival  •  happy-wave  •  modern  •  training  •  wenatcheebeach  •  boulder  •  boulder-bend  •  entertainment  •  festival  •  happy-wave  •  modern  •  training  •  wenatchee

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saskia

The Boulder Bend Bash

saskia wrote 959 days ago:


Originally, the Boulder Bend Bash was intended to be a team time trial event. However, the day the race took place there were one thousand other things going on between The Leavenworth Film Festival and the rafting companies being slammed. So we mixed things up a little bit.

Andy cannot wait to fill out this waiver.

Kyle Scott discussing his training techniques with Tegan

Cody Albright finishing an interview while his team prepares his equipment

Our core group of racers slowly trickled into the take out at the Happy Wave Beach Club where Osprey Rafting was kind enough to let us set up shop. With all of the river guide kayakers tied up in their entertainment duties, we had a relatively small turn out. Nonetheless, it was the most diverse turn out of paddlers any Leavenworth World Kayak event had ever seen.

Hailing from Colorado, we had Andy Zeiger representing the squirt boater scene with team Shark Attack. From Ellensburg, Washington, Eric Wintard was bringing it tough with the inflatable kayak. Holding it down for the modern creek boat class was Kyle Scott, and last but lot least, Darren and Cody Albright had their game faces on as they prepared to assault the race in the Dynamic Duo. I would also like to give a big shout out to Tegan Owens from British Columbia for helping out with the race and gracing us with her presence.



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tommygunn

The Boulder Bend Bash

tommygunn wrote 959 days ago:


Originally, the Boulder Bend Bash was intended to be a team time trial event. However, the day the race took place there were one thousand other things going on between The Leavenworth Film Festival and the rafting companies being slammed. So we mixed things up a little bit.

Andy cannot wait to fill out this waiver.

Kyle Scott discussing his training techniques with Tegan

Cody Albright finishing an interview while his team prepares his equipment

Our core group of racers slowly trickled into the take out at the Happy Wave Beach Club where Osprey Rafting was kind enough to let us set up shop. With all of the river guide kayakers tied up in their entertainment duties, we had a relatively small turn out. Nonetheless, it was the most diverse turn out of paddlers any Leavenworth World Kayak event had ever seen.

Hailing from Colorado, we had Andy Zeiger representing the squirt boater scene with team Shark Attack. From Ellensburg, Washington, Eric Wintard was bringing it tough with the inflatable kayak. Holding it down for the modern creek boat class was Kyle Scott, and last but lot least, Darren and Cody Albright had their game faces on as they prepared to assault the race in the Dynamic Duo. I would also like to give a big shout out to Tegan Owens from British Columbia for helping out with the race and gracing us with her presence.



Categorized as:beach  •  boulder  •  boulder-bend  •  entertainment  •  festival  •  modern  •  wenatcheebeach  •  boulder  •  boulder-bend  •  entertainment  •  festival  •  modern  •  wenatcheebeach  •  boulder  •  boulder-bend  •  entertainment  •  festival  •  modern  •  wenatcheebeach  •  boulder  •  boulder-bend  •  entertainment  •  festival  •  modern  •  wenatchee

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james

The Boulder Bend Bash

james wrote 959 days ago:


Originally, the Boulder Bend Bash was intended to be a team time trial event. However, the day the race took place there were one thousand other things going on between The Leavenworth Film Festival and the rafting companies being slammed. So we mixed things up a little bit.

Andy cannot wait to fill out this waiver.

Kyle Scott discussing his training techniques with Tegan

Cody Albright finishing an interview while his team prepares his equipment

Our core group of racers slowly trickled into the take out at the Happy Wave Beach Club where Osprey Rafting was kind enough to let us set up shop. With all of the river guide kayakers tied up in their entertainment duties, we had a relatively small turn out. Nonetheless, it was the most diverse turn out of paddlers any Leavenworth World Kayak event had ever seen.

Hailing from Colorado, we had Andy Zeiger representing the squirt boater scene with team Shark Attack. From Ellensburg, Washington, Eric Wintard was bringing it tough with the inflatable kayak. Holding it down for the modern creek boat class was Kyle Scott, and last but lot least, Darren and Cody Albright had their game faces on as they prepared to assault the race in the Dynamic Duo. I would also like to give a big shout out to Tegan Owens from British Columbia for helping out with the race and gracing us with her presence.



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bozemankayaker

Hometown Throwdown

bozemankayaker wrote 966 days ago:


May 20, 2015

The Cody boaters showed up to support our first Hometown Throwdown Event! With temperature dropping, and rain clouds brewing, boaters gathered at the Demaris takeout around 5:30pm. Due to the low river levels, it was decided the class IV section of the Shoshone would provide the group with the best feature for a good ol’ fashion Big-Air competition. The event was staged at Nintendo Rapid. Each rider had ten opportunities to plunge their boat into the hole in an attempt to get the most air possible. The rides started off slow. There were a few decent enders, a very mysterious mystery move, and much carping. Then charing toward the hole, gliding through the slackwater, Ed Conning pile drives his ancient longboat deep within, and out came one of the most picture perfect pirouettes of the event. The other riders knew they would have to step up their game. Riders Jerod Ready and Destin Harrell threw a few massive loops in their creekboats, but neither could quite reach maximum altitude. Much fun was had by all. Looking forward to the next Throwdown on June 3, 2015.

First Place: Ed Conning

Second Place: Jerod Ready

Third Place: Destin Harrell

Fourth Place: Joey Acott

Fifth Place: Andy Quick



Categorized as:creekboats  •  demaris  •  fourth-place  •  gliding-through  •  hole  •  nintendo  •  picture-perfect  •  place  •  slackwater  •  very-mysteriouscreekboats  •  demaris  •  fourth-place  •  gliding-through  •  hole  •  nintendo  •  picture-perfect  •  place  •  slackwater  •  very-mysteriouscreekboats  •  demaris  •  fourth-place  •  gliding-through  •  hole  •  nintendo  •  picture-perfect  •  place  •  slackwater  •  very-mysteriouscreekboats  •  demaris  •  fourth-place  •  gliding-through  •  hole  •  nintendo  •  picture-perfect  •  place  •  slackwater  •  very-mysterious

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saskia

Hometown Throwdown

saskia wrote 966 days ago:


May 20, 2015

The Cody boaters showed up to support our first Hometown Throwdown Event! With temperature dropping, and rain clouds brewing, boaters gathered at the Demaris takeout around 5:30pm. Due to the low river levels, it was decided the class IV section of the Shoshone would provide the group with the best feature for a good ol’ fashion Big-Air competition. The event was staged at Nintendo Rapid. Each rider had ten opportunities to plunge their boat into the hole in an attempt to get the most air possible. The rides started off slow. There were a few decent enders, a very mysterious mystery move, and much carping. Then charing toward the hole, gliding through the slackwater, Ed Conning pile drives his ancient longboat deep within, and out came one of the most picture perfect pirouettes of the event. The other riders knew they would have to step up their game. Riders Jerod Ready and Destin Harrell threw a few massive loops in their creekboats, but neither could quite reach maximum altitude. Much fun was had by all. Looking forward to the next Throwdown on June 3, 2015.

First Place: Ed Conning

Second Place: Jerod Ready

Third Place: Destin Harrell

Fourth Place: Joey Acott

Fifth Place: Andy Quick



Categorized as:creekboats  •  demaris  •  destin-harrell  •  hole  •  nintendo  •  place  •  riders-jerod  •  slackwater  •  toward-the-holecreekboats  •  demaris  •  destin-harrell  •  hole  •  nintendo  •  place  •  riders-jerod  •  slackwater  •  toward-the-holecreekboats  •  demaris  •  destin-harrell  •  hole  •  nintendo  •  place  •  riders-jerod  •  slackwater  •  toward-the-holecreekboats  •  demaris  •  destin-harrell  •  hole  •  nintendo  •  place  •  riders-jerod  •  slackwater  •  toward-the-hole

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natefry

Hometown Throwdown

natefry wrote 966 days ago:


May 20, 2015

The Cody boaters showed up to support our first Hometown Throwdown Event! With temperature dropping, and rain clouds brewing, boaters gathered at the Demaris takeout around 5:30pm. Due to the low river levels, it was decided the class IV section of the Shoshone would provide the group with the best feature for a good ol’ fashion Big-Air competition. The event was staged at Nintendo Rapid. Each rider had ten opportunities to plunge their boat into the hole in an attempt to get the most air possible. The rides started off slow. There were a few decent enders, a very mysterious mystery move, and much carping. Then charing toward the hole, gliding through the slackwater, Ed Conning pile drives his ancient longboat deep within, and out came one of the most picture perfect pirouettes of the event. The other riders knew they would have to step up their game. Riders Jerod Ready and Destin Harrell threw a few massive loops in their creekboats, but neither could quite reach maximum altitude. Much fun was had by all. Looking forward to the next Throwdown on June 3, 2015.

First Place: Ed Conning

Second Place: Jerod Ready

Third Place: Destin Harrell

Fourth Place: Joey Acott

Fifth Place: Andy Quick



Categorized as:destin-harrell  •  fourth-place  •  nintendo  •  picture-perfect  •  second-place  •  shoshone  •  toward-the-hole  •  very-mysteriousdestin-harrell  •  fourth-place  •  nintendo  •  picture-perfect  •  second-place  •  shoshone  •  toward-the-hole  •  very-mysteriousdestin-harrell  •  fourth-place  •  nintendo  •  picture-perfect  •  second-place  •  shoshone  •  toward-the-hole  •  very-mysteriousdestin-harrell  •  fourth-place  •  nintendo  •  picture-perfect  •  second-place  •  shoshone  •  toward-the-hole  •  very-mysterious

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tommygunn

Hometown Throwdown

tommygunn wrote 966 days ago:


May 20, 2015

The Cody boaters showed up to support our first Hometown Throwdown Event! With temperature dropping, and rain clouds brewing, boaters gathered at the Demaris takeout around 5:30pm. Due to the low river levels, it was decided the class IV section of the Shoshone would provide the group with the best feature for a good ol’ fashion Big-Air competition. The event was staged at Nintendo Rapid. Each rider had ten opportunities to plunge their boat into the hole in an attempt to get the most air possible. The rides started off slow. There were a few decent enders, a very mysterious mystery move, and much carping. Then charing toward the hole, gliding through the slackwater, Ed Conning pile drives his ancient longboat deep within, and out came one of the most picture perfect pirouettes of the event. The other riders knew they would have to step up their game. Riders Jerod Ready and Destin Harrell threw a few massive loops in their creekboats, but neither could quite reach maximum altitude. Much fun was had by all. Looking forward to the next Throwdown on June 3, 2015.

First Place: Ed Conning

Second Place: Jerod Ready

Third Place: Destin Harrell

Fourth Place: Joey Acott

Fifth Place: Andy Quick



Categorized as:creekboats  •  demaris  •  destin-harrell  •  fourth-place  •  gliding-through  •  hole  •  nintendo  •  picture-perfect  •  place  •  riders-jerod  •  shoshone  •  slackwater  •  toward-the-holecreekboats  •  demaris  •  destin-harrell  •  fourth-place  •  gliding-through  •  hole  •  nintendo  •  picture-perfect  •  place  •  riders-jerod  •  shoshone  •  slackwater  •  toward-the-holecreekboats  •  demaris  •  destin-harrell  •  fourth-place  •  gliding-through  •  hole  •  nintendo  •  picture-perfect  •  place  •  riders-jerod  •  shoshone  •  slackwater  •  toward-the-holecreekboats  •  demaris  •  destin-harrell  •  fourth-place  •  gliding-through  •  hole  •  nintendo  •  picture-perfect  •  place  •  riders-jerod  •  shoshone  •  slackwater  •  toward-the-hole

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james

Hometown Throwdown

james wrote 966 days ago:


May 20, 2015

The Cody boaters showed up to support our first Hometown Throwdown Event! With temperature dropping, and rain clouds brewing, boaters gathered at the Demaris takeout around 5:30pm. Due to the low river levels, it was decided the class IV section of the Shoshone would provide the group with the best feature for a good ol’ fashion Big-Air competition. The event was staged at Nintendo Rapid. Each rider had ten opportunities to plunge their boat into the hole in an attempt to get the most air possible. The rides started off slow. There were a few decent enders, a very mysterious mystery move, and much carping. Then charing toward the hole, gliding through the slackwater, Ed Conning pile drives his ancient longboat deep within, and out came one of the most picture perfect pirouettes of the event. The other riders knew they would have to step up their game. Riders Jerod Ready and Destin Harrell threw a few massive loops in their creekboats, but neither could quite reach maximum altitude. Much fun was had by all. Looking forward to the next Throwdown on June 3, 2015.

First Place: Ed Conning

Second Place: Jerod Ready

Third Place: Destin Harrell

Fourth Place: Joey Acott

Fifth Place: Andy Quick



Categorized as:demaris  •  destin-harrell  •  fourth-place  •  gliding-through  •  hole  •  nintendo  •  place  •  riders-jerod  •  toward-the-holedemaris  •  destin-harrell  •  fourth-place  •  gliding-through  •  hole  •  nintendo  •  place  •  riders-jerod  •  toward-the-holedemaris  •  destin-harrell  •  fourth-place  •  gliding-through  •  hole  •  nintendo  •  place  •  riders-jerod  •  toward-the-holedemaris  •  destin-harrell  •  fourth-place  •  gliding-through  •  hole  •  nintendo  •  place  •  riders-jerod  •  toward-the-hole

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