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Sea Kayaker's More Deep Trouble

Includes 29 stories that illustrate what can happen when safety is left on shore. To renew the cautious attitude of seasoned paddlers and to instill safe practices in kayaking newbies, this book presents more stories of kayaking trials, rescues, and tragedy. Les mer

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Includes 29 stories that illustrate what can happen when safety is left on shore. To renew the cautious attitude of seasoned paddlers and to instill safe practices in kayaking newbies, this book presents more stories of kayaking trials, rescues, and tragedy.

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Forlag
McGraw-Hill Professional
Innbinding
Paperback
Språk
Engelsk
ISBN
9780071770095
Utgivelsesår
2013
Format
22 x 14 cm

Om forfatteren

Christopher Cunningham has been the editor of Sea Kayaker magazine, Americas leading sea kayak publication, since 1989. His father first took him paddling at the age of 4 or 5. He rebuilt his first kayak in the early 1970s and has been building kayaks since 1979. He taught Greenland kayak construction at the WoodenBoat school for three years, with seven students each year producing their own kayaks. He has built four 1:5 scale models of traditional kayak frames for the Alaska State Museum and was featured building a Greenland kayak in a one-half hour episode of Craftsmen of the World for Japanese Public Television. Chris has twice rowed up the Inside Passage from Washington to Alaska, paddled 2,500 miles from Canada to the Gulf of Mexico, and rowed 2,400 miles from Pittsburgh to Florida. HOMETOWN: Seattle, Washington

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