Tuesday, March 26, 2002
Flash Paddle: Hurricane Creek
Date: Tuesday, March 26.
Call Bob Andrews for information at W/H= (334) 344-8664, C= (334) 367-4144.
Paddle Just Announced: Sunset & Full Moon Fundraiser Delta Paddle
Date: Thursday, March 28. Sponsored by the Sierra Club
Place: Meet at Busbee Fish Camp on Hwy. 225 just north of Spanish Fort at 5:30 pm.
Comments: We’ll paddle for approximately 2 hours enjoying both the setting sun and the full moon. Funds raised will be applied for to our efforts to establish platforms as part of the overnight Bartram Canoe in the Mobile – Tensaw Delta. $10.00 per person, $5.00 if you bring your own boat. Larger donations are also accepted. For more information, contact Kevin at 25928-6231 or Bob Andrews at h/w: 344-8664; cell: 367-4144.
March 27, Wednesday, Boiling Creek
Contact: Bob Andrews h/w: 344-8664; cell: 367-4144
Comments: A club favorite, on Eglin Air Force Base in Florida. You must have a CURRENT recreational permit for Eglin for this paddle.
Traditional Sea Kayaking Course, including Greenland Style Techniques, with Mark and Becky Molina as instructors. The course will be conducted on Saturday, March 30, from 9AM to 4 PM, at the Fairhope Yacht Club. Try to be on site by 8:30 to unload boats. You need to bring your own sea kayak The cost is $75.00 for ACA (American Canoe Association) members, and $80.00 for non-members. Contact the Molinas at 561-595-9793, 888-Canoe90, or email@example.com .
March 29-31, Friday through Sunday, Okatoma River
Contact: Mark, 458-7574
Comments: This is near Hattiesburg, Mississippi, about a two-hour drive from here. You can camp in the campground by the put-in/take-out, or you can show up by 9 a.m. each morning to join the daily paddles. This is a "pool and drop" paddle, with safe opportunities to play on the drops.
In other news:
Surfing Kayak for sale: seen at yard sale in Fairhope by Larry Mickelsen, Sr., who reports: "This thing looks like a surfboard with three fins and a shallow seat, with the straps, and a cheap paddle. He was asking $200. He claimed he paid $1200 for it I looked at the name but never heard of it so I didn’t try to remember it. This guy is located on the end of Patlin that is away from Gayfer on the left side as you look at the armory. I really think he may go lower as he is moving to Montana soon."
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