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Old 09-19-2013   #31
Denver / Coloma / Monterey, CO / CA
Paddling Since: 1971
Join Date: Dec 2008
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Wow, I feel like a lightweight, and I've been doing this since 1971, professionally and for fun. I did a resume for a kayak school a few years back and I had well over 150 sections but I think the river tally was somewhere around 75.

Countries: US, Canada, Mexico, Guatemala, Ecuador

States: WA, OR, CA, AZ, CO, UT, WY, MT, ID, AL

I think I need to get out more!

I have, however, run the Grand in the following vessels: Kayak, Oar Rig (most), Motor Rig, along with various rapids in Dories, Paddle Rafts and Paco Pads. Still my favorite trip of all.

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Old 09-19-2013   #32
Steamboat Springs, Colorado
Paddling Since: 1986
Join Date: Jul 2005
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I did a lot of traveling back in the day. I used to see if I have paddled a river that started with each letter of the alphabet. Last time I checked I was missing Q and X. Need to paddle in Mexico to get the X.

States - ME, NY, PA, MD, WV, VA, NC, KY, TN, SC, GA, AL, FL, AR, CO, NM, AZ, UT, CA, OR, WA, MT, ID, WY, HI

Canada - BC, AL, ON, QB

JApan, NZ, Thailand, Germany, Italy, Austria, Costa Rica, Belize


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Old 09-19-2013   #33
Denver, Colorado
Paddling Since: 1995
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countries tally

A rgentina. 1
Australia. 2
Austria. 2
Belize. 2
Brazil. 1
Canada. 6
China. 1
Chile. 3
Costa Rica. 4
Ecuador. 3
Germany. 1
Guatemala. 4
Honduras. 2
Italy. 1
Japan. 1
Mexico. 6
Nepal. 2
NZ. 2
Panama. 2
Spain. 1
Slovenia. 1
Sri Lanka. 1
Thailand. 1
Uganda. 1
US. Everybody?
Zambia. 1
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Old 09-19-2013   #34
Denver, Colorado
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Dan there are a few X 's for you in Guatemala Mayan White Water. ...
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Old 09-25-2013   #35
Placerville, California
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Oooh I like this one! I don't care about doing progressivly more difficult rivers but I LOVE challenging myself on my river count. Here's what I've done in my first 2.5 years of boating!

50 Rivers

2 Continents: North America, South America

5 Countries: USA, Canada, Chile, Costa Rica, Argentina

5 US States: California, West Virginia, Tennessee, North Carolina, Pennsylvania

4 Canadian Provinces: British Columbia, Alberta, Quebec, Ontario

FAVORITES: Elbow and Cataract Creeks in Alberta; Skookumchuck and Toby Creeks in BC

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