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  • Sea kayakers connect with dying whale

    Coeur d’Alene-based sea kayaking guides connected in a personal if not spiritual way to a baby whale destined to die on a Mexico beach. “I’ll never forget the look in …


  • Landers: No end to worries over adventurous daughters

    I’ve finally become “the old man” my father was to me. The reality struck Tuesday during the 8-hour journey back to Spokane from the San Juan Islands.


  • Landers: No end to worries over adventurous daughters

    I’ve finally become “the old man” my father was to me. The reality struck Tuesday during the 8-hour journey back to Spokane from the San Juan Islands.


  • Field reports: Requirements enacted for fishing guides

    FISHING – Washington sport-fishing guides will have to meet basic requirements for first aid training, boat and business licensing and insurance under a law that takes effect July 28. Gov. …


  • San Juan Islands high on everyone’s list, including Obama’s

    Washington’s San Juan Islands are among the hottest items in the world of recreational travel this year. In recent months, standouts among the 28 islands and some 400 more rocks …


  • Kayakers were ill prepared

    A kayaking group apparently was ill prepared for the lethal combination of near-freezing temperatures, cold water and high winds that took the life of a Gonzaga University honors student April …


  • Paddling, biking, fishing in Alaska has couple wanting more

    Time is the issue that keeps most outdoor vacations from blooming into full-fledged adventures, especially in Alaska. How could any vacationer from Spokane do justice to a place that large?


  • Adventurer soars the winds and rides the waves of Lake Chelan

    I have been going to Lake Chelan since I was pint-sized. Annual family trips originally led to Holden Village, a remote company mining town converted to a retreat center run …


  • Paddlers find refuge from Mexico’s woes in Sea of Cortez

    Beyond the headlines of Mexico’s drug-related violence, sea kayakers are having a whale of a time camping along the wildlife-rich waters of Baja California. Mainstream tourists find the manufactured brand …


  • Duo document kayak excursion

    What happens when two guys from Seward, Alaska, take off for Seattle in kayaks? A lot of laughs, according to kayaker and filmmaker Josh Thomas. But not slapstick comedy so …


  • Out & About

    Beasts a burden for fisheries OUTLAW – While road hunters are an issue in modern days, anglers apparently have had their issues with mixing their sport with transportation.

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