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[16 Jun 2008 | 3 Comments | ]
FIBArk – Official National Championship Results

I will have the full write up and summary of my two weeks in Colorado in the next day. I would like to say to the individual(s) who stole the cameras from the BLM campground that we WILL FIND YOU! And of course if we don’t, you have some bad juju on you now buddy. Colorado was a blast and I look forward to coming back out here again next year, though the next time a bit longer. Enjoy some of the photos from the National …

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[14 Jun 2008 | No Comment | ]
North American Champion?

Nick Troutman wants to be the U.S. National Champion. There is only one problem with that; he’s not from the United States. However he is currently holding the second position in the Blue Paddle FIBArk Freestyle that is doubling as the U.S. National Championships.
After Day 1 of freestyle action we narrowed the Men’s field of competitors from 60 competitors down to 30, a huge cut. The Women’s and C-1 did not field enough competitors so they automatically advance on to tomorrow. The Men’s competitors consisted of …

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[13 Jun 2008 | One Comment | ]
FIBArk – The Hungry Hippo Hole

There must be something about extreme racing and inclement weather, because today during the Pine Creek Boater X it was no different. The temperature dipped down into the lower 40’s with wind gusts of 50-60 mph and snowflakes were seen briefly at times. At one point during the race a deer was spotted by spectators looking down from the mountaintop almost as if to say “what the hell are you doing?”
Once again Colorado high water was omnipresent and the spectators were hungry for some carnage, and what they …

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[11 Jun 2008 | No Comment | ]
Glenwood is huge, Steamboat smells like eggs and Salida has the party

Colorado has the unique ability to astonish you around every bend, unless of course you don’t like nature, the outdoors or people who are legitimately happy with their dispositions. So if any of that does not apply to you, then I am really confused as to why you are even reading this write up or visit this website. However, if you are trying to understand how those things can enrich your life, then I will work with you.
I have just arrived in Salida after a few days on the road …