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Bill Dvorak Speaks Out On Browns Canyon Victory!

GREAT NEWS BROWNS! CANYON DECLARED NATIONAL MONUMENT This has been 20 years in the making and all of the hard work has finally paid off. This has truly been a collaborative effort by hundreds of people, and we are so proud at the results. Not only is this a big win for conservation and protection…

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February 24, 2015


Have you ever wondered how Stand Up Paddleboarding came about? Here’s an article by telling the history of how, when, where and why SUPing was invented! Have you never tried it? Give us a call and this guy will teach you! or   A brief history of Stand Up Paddleboarding Stand up paddling originated in Hawaii surely? Well, maybe or maybe not as Corran Addison looks at other alternatives… In 1778, Captain James Cook sailed into the Hawaiian islands and became the first Europeans to witness the Hawaiian people surfing. He’e nalu as it is called in the native Hawaiian tongue was done either in canoes or on special, ritually carved boards from the Koa tree. The village chief got the biggest board, sometimes as big as 5m long, while lesser village personages were content with smaller 2-3m boards. Because of…

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August 1, 2014