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May, 2022

Sunday
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We'll launch from Ebey Waterfront Park in Marysville about 2 p.m. and paddle downriver into the bay. Paddle amongst the sunken barges at the mouth of the Snohomish River. Snack break on Jetty Island. Paddle back up Ebey Slough.
Gray whales are migrating right now and it's possible that we would see them. Unlikely but possible. We will likely sea harbor seals and a lot of birds.
Total paddle is about 7-8 miles roundtrip. Appropriate for big flatwater canoes and sea kayaks.
Friday
6
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We will paddle sections of the Sol Duc both days. Some people may want to go over Friday and or stay an extra day. I‘ve extended an invitation to paddlers from Vancouver Is. also. We hope to camp at the Bear Creek DNR campground. Discover Pass required. Please register by Thursday 5/5.
Saturday
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Saturday
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We will paddle sections of the Sol Duc both days. Some people may want to go over Friday and or stay an extra day. I‘ve extended an invitation to paddlers from Vancouver Is. also. We hope to camp at the Bear Creek DNR campground. Discover Pass required. Please register by Thursday 5/5.
Sunday
8
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We will paddle sections of the Sol Duc both days. Some people may want to go over Friday and or stay an extra day. I‘ve extended an invitation to paddlers from Vancouver Is. also. We hope to camp at the Bear Creek DNR campground. Discover Pass required. Please register by Thursday 5/5.
Saturday
14
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Please be sure to register online if you plan to come for the FREE breakfast.
We will start serving breakfast at 9:30.

After a year of zooming, we’re having a real, in-person Spring Bash!
We’ll follow COVID protocols, but hopefully by May 14th, most of us will be vaccinated.

As in previous years, Club officers will be cooking and serving PTCC members and their guests a full breakfast on the club, assuming COVID restrictions are not increased. Breakfast will be followed with the annual rope throwing contests for distance and accuracy. Hopefully, those fierce competitors from north of the border will be able to once again sweep most of the competitions.

After festivities at the park are complete, you will have your choice between several paddling trips from Class I to Class III. All members and their guests are welcome. So, come join your paddling friends for a great breakfast followed by a day of canoeing.

Please register for the Spring Bash by May 7th so that we can be sure to have enough hash browns for everyone!

Note: we are returning to the Red Barn at Tolt-MacDonald Park in Carnation Washington now that it is back in service.
Saturday
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Sunday
15
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Flatwater paddle somewhere near Seattle.
Saturday
21
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This two day class is designed for total beginners as an intro to canoeing. The class will cover canoeing essentials and also provide and introduction to canoe camping. No previous experience necessary. You‘ll need a partner, a canoe, two life jackets, and two paddles. If you need help with gear, or are thinking about signing up solo and need a partner, reach out and the club can help get things together for you.
Saturday
21
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We're planning to paddle the stretch of the NF Stillaguamish from Hazel to Oso, Class II. The weather looks great for Sat!

This is the first trip Adam and Amelia have coordinated for Paddle Trails - they're excited to figure it out on a familiar river.
Sunday
22
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This two day class is designed for total beginners as an intro to canoeing. The class will cover canoeing essentials and also provide and introduction to canoe camping. No previous experience necessary. You‘ll need a partner, a canoe, two life jackets, and two paddles. If you need help with gear, or are thinking about signing up solo and need a partner, reach out and the club can help get things together for you.
Wednesday
25
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Join me on this evening paddle. We'll start at the 14th Ave NW boat launch in Ballard and head west through the Chittenden Locks to Shilshole Marina and Golden Gardens. Bring food and beverage to have along the way. Intro to Canoeing class members are welcome! Planning to do this as a one-way trip so we'll need to park some cars at Golden Gardens Park to shuttle back. Rain will postpone.
Friday
27
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Join us for a sun- and fun-filled weekend in the Methow Valley. The Methow has several stretches from Class II+ to III+; the Twisp is a technical Class II+ to III, depending on water level. We'll camp at the free DNR campsite on Twisp River Road and paddle Friday, Saturday, Sunday, and Monday. PLEASE SIGN UP FOR THE DAYS YOU THINK YOU'LL BE THERE. You can modify it later. We will divide into Covid-appropriate sized groups and paddle the rivers based on skill level and interest. More info closer to date.

Registration is required before Thursday, May 26, 2022 at 4:00 PM
This is a joint trip with PTCC.

Appropriate whitewater boat and safety gear are required. Float bags are mandatory for hard-shell boats.

We will take all Covid-related precautions so this does not become a super-spreader event. The WKC trip is on-water; camping and shuttle are not. Masks are required for off-water use, including shuttles. Even if you'd been vaccinated, wear a mask. If you are sick or have been exposed to someone with Covid, please do not come.
Registration cancellations will be accepted
Saturday
28
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Lake Ozette is the largest unaltered natural lake in Washington State, and lies within Olympic National Park. This is a three-day overnight paddle, Saturday the 28th to Monday the 30th. We‘ll paddle to one of the boat-in sites on the lake, take a day trip to the ocean beach on an old two-mile trail, explore the lake, and do whatever else people are interested in doing. Wilderness regulations limit groups to 12 people.
Saturday
28
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Join us for a sun- and fun-filled weekend in the Methow Valley. The Methow has several stretches from Class II+ to III+; the Twisp is a technical Class II+ to III, depending on water level. We'll camp at the free DNR campsite on Twisp River Road and paddle Friday, Saturday, Sunday, and Monday. PLEASE SIGN UP FOR THE DAYS YOU THINK YOU'LL BE THERE. You can modify it later. We will divide into Covid-appropriate sized groups and paddle the rivers based on skill level and interest. More info closer to date.

Registration is required before Thursday, May 26, 2022 at 4:00 PM
This is a joint trip with WKC.

Appropriate whitewater boat and safety gear are required. Float bags are mandatory for hard-shell boats.

We will take all Covid-related precautions so this does not become a super-spreader event. The WKC trip is on-water; camping and shuttle are not. Masks are required for off-water use, including shuttles. Even if you'd been vaccinated, wear a mask. If you are sick or have been exposed to someone with Covid, please do not come.

Registration cancellations will be accepted
Sunday
29
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Join us for a sun- and fun-filled weekend in the Methow Valley. The Methow has several stretches from Class II+ to III+; the Twisp is a technical Class II+ to III, depending on water level. We'll camp at the free DNR campsite on Twisp River Road and paddle Friday, Saturday, Sunday, and Monday. PLEASE SIGN UP FOR THE DAYS YOU THINK YOU'LL BE THERE. You can modify it later. We will divide into Covid-appropriate sized groups and paddle the rivers based on skill level and interest. More info closer to date.

Registration is required before Thursday, May 26, 2022 at 4:00 PM

This is a joint trip with WKC.

Appropriate whitewater boat and safety gear are required. Float bags are mandatory for hard-shell boats.

We will take all Covid-related precautions so this does not become a super-spreader event. The WKC trip is on-water; camping and shuttle are not. Masks are required for off-water use, including shuttles. Even if you'd been vaccinated, wear a mask. If you are sick or have been exposed to someone with Covid, please do not come.

Registration cancellations will be accepted
Monday
30
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Join us for a sun- and fun-filled weekend in the Methow Valley. The Methow has several stretches from Class II+ to III+; the Twisp is a technical Class II+ to III, depending on water level. We'll camp at the free DNR campsite on Twisp River Road and paddle Friday, Saturday, Sunday, and Monday. PLEASE SIGN UP FOR THE DAYS YOU THINK YOU'LL BE THERE. You can modify it later. We will divide into Covid-appropriate sized groups and paddle the rivers based on skill level and interest. More info closer to date.

Registration is required before Thursday, May 26, 2022 at 4:00 PM
This is a joint trip with WKC.

Appropriate whitewater boat and safety gear are required. Float bags are mandatory for hard-shell boats.

We will take all Covid-related precautions so this does not become a super-spreader event. The WKC trip is on-water; camping and shuttle are not. Masks are required for off-water use, including shuttles. Even if you'd been vaccinated, wear a mask. If you are sick or have been exposed to someone with Covid, please do not come.

Registration cancellations will be accepted
 
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