The Marine Forecast is an essential tool for staying safe while sea kayaking on the west coast, yet this tool is often under used as it can be confusing and [more]
Joan Boxall: SKABC member, blogger, poet, and travel writer, had some fun on a (horse)-racy Thormanby Islands trip. Read all about it on her [more]
The trip started off very badly for me. I had just bought a new Greenland paddle, a high-tech blade made out of armalide. Armalide is a semi-mythical material, like mithril, [more]
Seven people signed up for the trip but three people cancelled two days before the trip. The remaining participants, Maureen Benzon, Heather Kirk and Earl Elliott and myself met at [more]
Our six-person group – Graham, Geoff, Ted, Cathy, Joan and John – rendezvoused in the Port Alberni Tim Hortons at 11:30 am on the morning of Sunday, May 25. From [more]
A letter was sent to SKABC asking for our help collecting trash from beaches in remote areas -- it is below. Here's a link to their website: http://www.livingoceans.org/initiatives/clear-the-coast Help Living Oceans [more]
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