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Navarro River – March 18-19

NAVARRO RIVER Trip Report March 18-19, 2017 By Karen J. Imagine soft misty-blue water with sediment still settling, the plonk-plink of dripping foliage, the rich green of happy moss, the damp cool clean air, a beautiful gravel bar, and a … Continue reading

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February 5th, 2017, Austin Creek from Cazadero to Russian River Confluence

February 5, 2017: Austin Creek — Cazadero to Russian River confluence 7 Participants: Alan , Kate , David , Eileen , Patrick , Joan , Chris . Austin Creek is a stretch of class 1 1/2 water which is completely … Continue reading

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Anybody out there?

At the recent POST holiday party it was suggested that we need some kind of manual for potential trip leaders. I have tons of material that I could share but my big problem is that I get terribly bogged down … Continue reading

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Postdated POST

I somehow managed to forget to post Alan L’s trip reports. They went out to the Club on the elist but for more permanent offerings I am now posting them to the website: POST Labor Day Trip Saturday, Sep 5, … Continue reading

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October – Tuolumne and the Stanislaus

By Eric R. 10/17/15 Turlock Lake Campground The cheerful music of Alan’s concertina carries easily through the screened window of my camper. The campfire where he plays illuminates his and another paddlers face: a glowing conclusion to a lovely day … Continue reading

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Labor Day on the Trinity

I messed up and failed to post this on the POST Canoe Club wordpressblog. Jan, hope you don’t feel like I left you out on purpose. – Kit After all that mishegass there was a trip on the Trinity. Apologies … Continue reading

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Trinity River Camp Out and Mindfulness Exercise

by Eric R. One of the outcomes of the cancer that was discovered on my tongue last year, then excised and radiated, is that I began meditating regularly.  At Stanford where the radiation was delivered, an eight week course in … Continue reading

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