An Oregon kayak guide explores beyond the city limits, tracing the Willamette River to the terminus of the Columbia, paddling from Portland to Astoria.
Photos and story by Chuck Graham The incessant roar from Jack’s Beach never waned throughout the night. It sounded like the wind was howling, but without a lull the surf crackled from Tomales Bluff across to Bodega Bay leaving an uneasy feeling among four hopeful kayakers aiming to paddle south around Point Reyes Lighthouse and
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With our nation’s current struggle to keep public lands in public hands, it is more important than ever to stand up for the natural spaces we love. Prioritizing some protected natural areas over others severely disregards the impact those supposedly less “valuable” spaces have on the people who live near and visit these areas. There is a
An adventurous group “on the Social Security end of things” learns a few whitewater canoe lessons deep in the Great Bear Wilderness.
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