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Kayak Rolling

Author : Loel Collins
ISBN : 0762750820
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 37.20 MB
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Rolling is a skill critical to every kayaker's survival in water. This simple, four-color book provides a visual step-by-step approach to learning to roll a kayak and developing a bombproof roll in rough water. Modern and relevant to all kayakers, from sea kayakers to playboaters.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Technical Skills For Adventure Programming

Author : Mark Wagstaff
ISBN : 0736066993
Genre : Education
File Size : 83.10 MB
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Technical Skills for Adventure Programming will guide you in becoming an effective adventure educator teaching beginning-level outdoor adventure skills. This book allows you to tap into the knowledge and expertise of skilled instructors who present a lesson plan progression for mastering 12 popular outdoor adventure activities.
Category: Education

Rolling A Kayak

Author : Ken Whiting
ISBN : 1565236459
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 44.9 MB
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Written for both whitewater and sea kayakers, this book provides novice kayakers with foundation skills and step-by-step instruction for the standard rolls, and experienced paddlers can learn how to execute advanced rolling techniques.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Eastern Arctic Kayaks

Author : John D. Heath
ISBN : 9781889963259
Genre : Technology & Engineering
File Size : 44.64 MB
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Eastern Arctic Kayaks is the product of years of kayak study by two of the world's experts. Combining analyses of form and function with historical background and illustrations of kayaking techniques, this volume will appeal to recreational kayakers and scholarly readers alike. An excerpt from John Brand's Little Kayak Book series makes this British publication available to American readers for the first time.
Category: Technology & Engineering

Kayaking With Eric Jackson

Author : Eric Jackson
ISBN : 9780811763974
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 65.15 MB
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From a four-time world-champion freestyle kayaker comes the definitive guide to one of whitewater kayaking's most fundamental techniques: the kayak roll. Learn how to enjoy kayaking safely and improve your skills with confidence.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Sea Kayak Strokes

Author : Doug Alderson
ISBN : 9781926855899
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 48.92 MB
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Written for paddlers of all skill levels, Sea Kayak Strokes is a concise and fully illustrated instructional manual detailing tips and suggestions for improving and maintaining overall paddling technique. This highly effective guide will help you paddle your kayak farther, more safely and with less effort. When you do 1,500 strokes per hour, small improvements in your technique make a big difference in your comfort, success and overall progress.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Rolling A Kayak Whitewater

Author : Ken Whiting
ISBN : 1565236580
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 71.34 MB
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The most comprehensive, clear, and concise guide to learning the roll. Provides beginners with the fundamental skills and step-by-step instruction. experienced paddlers learn advanced techniques.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Alaska

Author : James A. Michener
ISBN : 9780804151429
Genre : Fiction
File Size : 54.21 MB
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In this sweeping epic of the northernmost American frontier, James A. Michener guides us through Alaska’s fierce terrain and history, from the long-forgotten past to the bustling present. As his characters struggle for survival, Michener weaves together the exciting high points of Alaska’s story: its brutal origins; the American acquisition; the gold rush; the tremendous growth and exploitation of the salmon industry; the arduous construction of the Alcan Highway, undertaken to defend the territory during World War II. A spellbinding portrait of a human community fighting to establish its place in the world, Alaska traces a bold and majestic saga of the enduring spirit of a land and its people. BONUS: This edition includes an excerpt from James A. Michener's Hawaii. Praise for Alaska “Few will escape the allure of the land and people [Michener] describes. . . . Alaska takes the reader on a journey through one of the bleakest, richest, most foreboding, and highly inviting territories in our Republic, if not the world. . . . The characters that Michener creates are bigger than life.”—Los Angeles Times Book Review “Always the master of exhaustive historical research, Michener tracks the settling of Alaska [in] vividly detailed scenes and well-developed characters.”—Boston Herald “Michener is still, sentence for sentence, writing’s fastest attention grabber.”—The New York Times
Category: Fiction

Instant Canoeing Kayaking

Author : Infinite Ideas
ISBN : 9781908474582
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 27.29 MB
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Canoeing and kayaking are two of the oldest forms of transportation on the planet, but since the 1980s moulding technology has made the sports accessible to everyone. Kayaking and canoeing are all about being one with your boat: as soon as you master the basic skills there is a remarkable freedom to be found in just paddling around under your own steam just inches from the water. Starting with the very basics, this book will talk you through all the different types of kayaking and canoeing available; all the kit; water safety; tips and tricks and how to progress.
Category: Sports & Recreation

A 1950s Holiday In Bognor Regis

Author : Sylvia Endacott
ISBN : 9780750955478
Genre : History
File Size : 44.30 MB
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Bognor Regis is situated on the south coast of Britain overlooking the English Channel. After more than two centuries as a seaside resort, the town is still attracting visitors, in no small part due to the clarity of its air. On the 18th of January 1787, the resort's founder, Sir Richard Hotham, laid a foundation stone marking the town as a "public bathing place ", a description that Bognor Regis has continued to earn and enjoy ever since. Throughout the decades seaside holidays have changed to reflect current fashions. Bognor Regis has been no different; rather like the ebb and flow of the tide, visitor numbers have risen, fallen and risen again according to the various fashions of the day. Accessibility by train from London was a major contributor to the number of visitors in the resort's early years. Coaches and Sunday school outings then came into prominence, followed eventually by the arrival of the car. As leisure time and money became more plentiful for all, a Sunday outing was replaced by a week at the seaside, then a fortnight's break. Today many people choose Bognor Regis for a weekend away or a four day mid-week break, spending their main holiday time abroad as is the current fashion. Whatever the reason, the attraction of the sea is still strong and will continue to draw people from the towns and cities to the beaches for a paddle in the sea. Bognor Regis continues to attract visitors to its friendly beaches and by its regular appearance at the top of the National Sunshine League.
Category: History