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Thursday, January 27, 2005

!!!!!!!!!!MEETING REMINDER!!!!!!!!!!!

The next meeting of the Mobile Bay Canoe & Kayak Club will be held on Tuesday Februrary 1, at 7:00 p.m., at the Fairhope Yacht Club. After our usual club business, Cara Lankford of the National Estuary Program will give a presentation. We understand that one focus of her presentation will be local oyster restoration, but Cara will also know the answers to a great many of the questions we kayakers, adventurers, and nature freaks always want to ask, so you will not want to miss this meeting.

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PADDLING BUDDY WANTED FOR BIG BEND TRIP

I have heard from a paddler from Gadsden, Brian Westcott, who is preparing to go on a trip to Cape San Blas (and the St. Vincent Wildlife Refuge) and/or the Appalachicola area paddling trails. He's got a new boat, new gear, and has researched his trip, but he'd love to have the company of as many of our club members as are interested in joining him -- especially club members who have some experience with these areas.

As you know, many of us have paddled the Cape and St. Vincent's Refuge, and we know what a fantastic paddle it is and how helpful it is to have someone who knows the area show you the put-ins and take-outs and help you avoid the oyster reefs. And a couple of us have paddled Appalachicola with great pleasure. So if you're in a position to help Brian organize his trip and/or if you'd like to join him on this trip, e-mail Brian at bwestcott@gcs.k12.al.us.