james

EJ Returns to the Motherland to do Paddling Clinics on the Potomac

james wrote 1210 days ago:


Eric “EJ” Jackson will be in the DC area the weekend of May 1st to conduct three very special clinics on the Potomac River. These three clinics will be open to all skill levels; just have your own boat and gear. There may be some Jackson Kayaks for use as well. Valley Mill is sponsoring this event, so we will have some demos for those who want to try out a Rock Star, or any other Jackson design. Those who sign up first get to reserve their demo first.

There will be two clinics on Saturday May 2nd; an 8am-noon (beginner/novice- low intermediate) and 2pm-6pm (intermediate to advanced)

One session on Sunday 8am-noon( Open to all skill levels)

The cost is $100 per person paid in advance by calling Valley Mill (301)840-7388, and space is limited. NO CASH WILL BE ACCEPTED AT ANGLERS

The meeting place will be Anglers Inn, and there will most likely be a river run of the Mather Gorge (final details will be made closer to the events, and times are subject to change). Clinics will cover a variety of subjects from river running, rolling and bracing, and freestyle.

If you have questions, or would like to register, call Valley Mill at (301)840-7388

Don’t miss your chance to paddle with a living legend of whitewater kayaking!

https://www.youtube.com/user/ericjacksonkayak



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natefry

EJ Returns to the Motherland to do Paddling Clinics on the Potomac

natefry wrote 1210 days ago:


Eric “EJ” Jackson will be in the DC area the weekend of May 1st to conduct three very special clinics on the Potomac River. These three clinics will be open to all skill levels; just have your own boat and gear. There may be some Jackson Kayaks for use as well. Valley Mill is sponsoring this event, so we will have some demos for those who want to try out a Rock Star, or any other Jackson design. Those who sign up first get to reserve their demo first.

There will be two clinics on Saturday May 2nd; an 8am-noon (beginner/novice- low intermediate) and 2pm-6pm (intermediate to advanced)

One session on Sunday 8am-noon( Open to all skill levels)

The cost is $100 per person paid in advance by calling Valley Mill (301)840-7388, and space is limited. NO CASH WILL BE ACCEPTED AT ANGLERS

The meeting place will be Anglers Inn, and there will most likely be a river run of the Mather Gorge (final details will be made closer to the events, and times are subject to change). Clinics will cover a variety of subjects from river running, rolling and bracing, and freestyle.

If you have questions, or would like to register, call Valley Mill at (301)840-7388

Don’t miss your chance to paddle with a living legend of whitewater kayaking!

https://www.youtube.com/user/ericjacksonkayak



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james

EJ Returns to the Motherland to do Paddling Clinics on the Potomac

james wrote 1210 days ago:


Eric “EJ” Jackson will be in the DC area the weekend of May 1st to conduct three very special clinics on the Potomac River. These three clinics will be open to all skill levels; just have your own boat and gear. There may be some Jackson Kayaks for use as well. Valley Mill is sponsoring this event, so we will have some demos for those who want to try out a Rock Star, or any other Jackson design. Those who sign up first get to reserve their demo first.

There will be two clinics on Saturday May 2nd; an 8am-noon (beginner/novice- low intermediate) and 2pm-6pm (intermediate to advanced)

One session on Sunday 8am-noon( Open to all skill levels)

The cost is $100 per person paid in advance by calling Valley Mill (301)840-7388, and space is limited. NO CASH WILL BE ACCEPTED AT ANGLERS

The meeting place will be Anglers Inn, and there will most likely be a river run of the Mather Gorge (final details will be made closer to the events, and times are subject to change). Clinics will cover a variety of subjects from river running, rolling and bracing, and freestyle.

If you have questions, or would like to register, call Valley Mill at (301)840-7388

Don’t miss your chance to paddle with a living legend of whitewater kayaking!

https://www.youtube.com/user/ericjacksonkayak



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bozemankayaker

EJ Returns to the Motherland to do Paddling Clinics on the Potomac

bozemankayaker wrote 1210 days ago:


Eric “EJ” Jackson will be in the DC area the weekend of May 1st to conduct three very special clinics on the Potomac River. These three clinics will be open to all skill levels; just have your own boat and gear. There may be some Jackson Kayaks for use as well. Valley Mill is sponsoring this event, so we will have some demos for those who want to try out a Rock Star, or any other Jackson design. Those who sign up first get to reserve their demo first.

There will be two clinics on Saturday May 2nd; an 8am-noon (beginner/novice- low intermediate) and 2pm-6pm (intermediate to advanced)

One session on Sunday 8am-noon( Open to all skill levels)

The cost is $100 per person paid in advance by calling Valley Mill (301)840-7388, and space is limited. NO CASH WILL BE ACCEPTED AT ANGLERS

The meeting place will be Anglers Inn, and there will most likely be a river run of the Mather Gorge (final details will be made closer to the events, and times are subject to change). Clinics will cover a variety of subjects from river running, rolling and bracing, and freestyle.

If you have questions, or would like to register, call Valley Mill at (301)840-7388

Don’t miss your chance to paddle with a living legend of whitewater kayaking!

https://www.youtube.com/user/ericjacksonkayak



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james

The Valley Mill May MD Chute Out; the gangs all here!

james wrote 1501 days ago:


The month of May had a lot of rain, and had the Potomac running high quite a bit. The original date of our May Chute out had to be moved due to another rainy day. The May Chute Out was held on Thur.June 5th, and it brought out a big crowd of twenty-one competitors.

The river level was 3.87 , meaning that the feature for the comp. would actually be the MD Chute itself. It was not the ideal level, to say the least, as the MD Chute spot was very wave like, and people would have to work pretty hard to stay retentive on the feature.

One competitor had no problem staying retentive, and that would be our youngest competitor, Kaelin Friedenson. Kaelin was in his Jackson Shooting Star and was a constant feature on the wave, so much so, that I think his new nickname should now be “Klear the wave Kaelin”. Keep an eye on this kid in the future. He is hungry, and getting pretty good already. His score of 67 pts would’ve placed him in 3rd in men’s K1B class!

On to the competition! We had fantastic weather, a big gang of competitors, and plenty of what the kids cal “stoke” for the event. Despite the flushy wave, people were giv’n ‘er and having tons o’ fun, and that is exactly what the MD Chute Out is all about! We had a couple C-1 ers, ten in K1B class, seven in K1A, one Jr (Kaelin), and one SUP’er.

Here are your results/scores=



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saskia

The Valley Mill May MD Chute Out; the gangs all here!

saskia wrote 1501 days ago:


The month of May had a lot of rain, and had the Potomac running high quite a bit. The original date of our May Chute out had to be moved due to another rainy day. The May Chute Out was held on Thur.June 5th, and it brought out a big crowd of twenty-one competitors.

The river level was 3.87 , meaning that the feature for the comp. would actually be the MD Chute itself. It was not the ideal level, to say the least, as the MD Chute spot was very wave like, and people would have to work pretty hard to stay retentive on the feature.

One competitor had no problem staying retentive, and that would be our youngest competitor, Kaelin Friedenson. Kaelin was in his Jackson Shooting Star and was a constant feature on the wave, so much so, that I think his new nickname should now be “Klear the wave Kaelin”. Keep an eye on this kid in the future. He is hungry, and getting pretty good already. His score of 67 pts would’ve placed him in 3rd in men’s K1B class!

On to the competition! We had fantastic weather, a big gang of competitors, and plenty of what the kids cal “stoke” for the event. Despite the flushy wave, people were giv’n ‘er and having tons o’ fun, and that is exactly what the MD Chute Out is all about! We had a couple C-1 ers, ten in K1B class, seven in K1A, one Jr (Kaelin), and one SUP’er.

Here are your results/scores=



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natefry

The Valley Mill May MD Chute Out; the gangs all here!

natefry wrote 1501 days ago:


The month of May had a lot of rain, and had the Potomac running high quite a bit. The original date of our May Chute out had to be moved due to another rainy day. The May Chute Out was held on Thur.June 5th, and it brought out a big crowd of twenty-one competitors.

The river level was 3.87 , meaning that the feature for the comp. would actually be the MD Chute itself. It was not the ideal level, to say the least, as the MD Chute spot was very wave like, and people would have to work pretty hard to stay retentive on the feature.

One competitor had no problem staying retentive, and that would be our youngest competitor, Kaelin Friedenson. Kaelin was in his Jackson Shooting Star and was a constant feature on the wave, so much so, that I think his new nickname should now be “Klear the wave Kaelin”. Keep an eye on this kid in the future. He is hungry, and getting pretty good already. His score of 67 pts would’ve placed him in 3rd in men’s K1B class!

On to the competition! We had fantastic weather, a big gang of competitors, and plenty of what the kids cal “stoke” for the event. Despite the flushy wave, people were giv’n ‘er and having tons o’ fun, and that is exactly what the MD Chute Out is all about! We had a couple C-1 ers, ten in K1B class, seven in K1A, one Jr (Kaelin), and one SUP’er.

Here are your results/scores=



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tommygunn

The Valley Mill May MD Chute Out; the gangs all here!

tommygunn wrote 1501 days ago:


The month of May had a lot of rain, and had the Potomac running high quite a bit. The original date of our May Chute out had to be moved due to another rainy day. The May Chute Out was held on Thur.June 5th, and it brought out a big crowd of twenty-one competitors.

The river level was 3.87 , meaning that the feature for the comp. would actually be the MD Chute itself. It was not the ideal level, to say the least, as the MD Chute spot was very wave like, and people would have to work pretty hard to stay retentive on the feature.

One competitor had no problem staying retentive, and that would be our youngest competitor, Kaelin Friedenson. Kaelin was in his Jackson Shooting Star and was a constant feature on the wave, so much so, that I think his new nickname should now be “Klear the wave Kaelin”. Keep an eye on this kid in the future. He is hungry, and getting pretty good already. His score of 67 pts would’ve placed him in 3rd in men’s K1B class!

On to the competition! We had fantastic weather, a big gang of competitors, and plenty of what the kids cal “stoke” for the event. Despite the flushy wave, people were giv’n ‘er and having tons o’ fun, and that is exactly what the MD Chute Out is all about! We had a couple C-1 ers, ten in K1B class, seven in K1A, one Jr (Kaelin), and one SUP’er.

Here are your results/scores=



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