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April, 2021

Saturday
3
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Expect low water. Less pushy but your boat control skills will be challenged.
Saturday
3
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Paddle the Sammamish River upstream to Bothell Landing or beyond, have lunch, and then ride the current back down to the Kenmore River Boat Launch. The Sammamish River is a quiet and intimate river paddle. Dress for the weather. Pack a lunch, a canoe/kayak/boat, a PFD, and a paddle, and you‘re ready to join us. If you‘re new to paddling, plenty of folks will be around to offer friendly advice. Discover Pass or WDFW access pass are required to park at the Kenmore Boat Launch.
Saturday
3
Big Eddy, Gold Bar
11:00 AM
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Railroad Bridge to Big Eddy for less experienced boaters. Split Rock (III) to Big Eddy for more experienced boaters. Meet at Big Eddy, ready to run shuttle at 11 a.m. Please note: AWA has Railroad Bridge to Big Eddy listed as a Class II, but it‘s II+. Split Rock to Railroad Bridge is a III drop.
Tuesday
6
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Now that the days are longer, let‘s paddle after work! The Tuesday LAP (Local Afternoon Paddle) series will be a standing leader‘s choice trip to rivers near Seattle. Depending on interest, river levels, and particiapant skill level, the Tuesday LAP will range from Class II skills practice on the Powerhouse to Class III+ trips on the Middle Middle, Silly Stilly, and Sky. If the levels can be predicted, we will try to choose a stretch of river by Sunday night and put it in the trip title.
Saturday
10
Solduc River, Bear Creek Campground
8:00 AM
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Camp at Bear Creek. Run whichever sections that people want. Will know by Thursday night, whether or not there will be enough water. Alternate plan will be Green River.
Sunday
11
Solduc Bear Creek Campground
8:00 AM
Sunday
11
10:30 AM
Tuesday
13
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Now that the days are longer, let‘s paddle after work! The Tuesday LAP (Local Afternoon Paddle) series will be a standing leader‘s choice trip to rivers near Seattle. Depending on interest, river levels, and particiapant skill level, the Tuesday LAP will range from Class II skills practice on the Powerhouse to Class III+ trips on the Middle Middle, Silly Stilly, and Sky. If the levels can be predicted, we will try to choose a stretch of river by Sunday night and put it in the trip title.
Sunday
18
Hwy.12 bridge near Oakville, WA.
 
Tuesday
20
Meet at the take out on Tanner Rd.
4:30 PM
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Now that the days are longer, let‘s paddle after work! The Tuesday LAP (Local Afternoon Paddle) series will be a standing leader‘s choice trip to rivers near Seattle. Depending on interest, river levels, and particiapant skill level, the Tuesday LAP will range from Class II skills practice on the Powerhouse to Class III+ trips on the Middle Middle, Silly Stilly, and Sky. If the levels can be predicted, we will try to choose a stretch of river by Sunday night and put it in the trip title.
Wednesday
21
Seward Park
5:00 PM
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Led by Ann McNally, this women‘s trip will be around the Seward Park area. Unwind at the end of the day with a leisurely paddle with with other women. Please let me know if you either have a tandem canoe and no partner, or if you‘d like a spot in a tandem canoe and we will do our best to make it work.
Thursday
22
https://zoom.us/j/92608813979
7:30 PM
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Steve and Esther Andrews will be presenting about their journey so far in paddling with their kids. There will be something for everyone, including flatwater and whitewater and a variety of paddlecraft and paddling destinations.
Saturday
24
Nisqually Delta
12:00 PM
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A quiet water trip paddling around the Nisqually delta. We will paddle with the tide up McAllister Creek or around the delta depending on conditions, and back to Luhr Beach.

If wind is predicted to be a factor, we will have an alternate paddle as a backup nearby.
Tuesday
27
TBD
4:30 PM
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Now that the days are longer, let‘s paddle after work! The Tuesday LAP (Local Afternoon Paddle) series will be a standing leader‘s choice trip to rivers near Seattle. Depending on interest, river levels, and particiapant skill level, the Tuesday LAP will range from Class II skills practice on the Powerhouse to Class III+ trips on the Middle Middle, Silly Stilly, and Sky. If the levels can be predicted, we will try to choose a stretch of river by Sunday night and put it in the trip title.
 
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