Monthly Archives: April, 2019

Bighorns Part 1: The Wild Goose

April 29th, 2019 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “Bighorns Part 1: The Wild Goose”

Team NRS paddler Erik Boomer along with expedition paddlers Nouria Newman and Ben Stookesberry take on, what they consider, one of the most wonderful first swoops they have ever done.

Two drainages on the eastern part surface of Wyoming’s Big Horn Mountain Range appeared to have incredible whitewater possibles but the only datum they could get “re not supposed to” consume their hour. << It’s all full of sieves and nothing goes, >> they were told. But that’s precisely the kind of beta this paddle dreaming unit utilizes as motivation to attempt a first swoop.

Following their instinct, they decided to give it a go and staring with the steep and complex Goose Creek.

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Your Passport to Fun: All New Hobie Mirage Passport Pedal Kayak

April 28th, 2019 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “Your Passport to Fun: All New Hobie Mirage Passport Pedal Kayak”

Your Passport to Fun.

Introduced the all brand-new Mirage Passport, the newest is part of the Hobie pedal kayak family.

Equipped with Hobie’s tried and true MirageDrive Classic, the pedal drive that started it all. You will be cruising through the water in no time. A simplified rudder that knocks up on bang and a replaceable rudder skeg, organizes the Passport for even the most rocky escapades. Bow bungees stand ready for securing paraphernalium or a dry suitcase, even the Hobie Soft Cooler( small-time) will fit. Also included is the Forward Accessory Mount perfect for rigging the Hobie Bimini or a Sail Kit.

Fit for kayak net, the Hobie Mirage Passport peculiarity two molded-in pole holders, two H-Track accessory settings and slew of payload gap to stash all your gear.

Compact hitherto stable, this kayak can readily be cartopped while still being steady enough to stand on.

Moved it your own. Batch of supplementaries help you construct your fantasy boat: Sail Kits, Bimini sunshades, dry baggages and jugs. Cause your eventual setup with the Mirage Passport.

Full Specifications:
Hull Length: 10 ’6”
Width: 34 ”
Capacity: 325 lbs
Fitted Weight: 65 lbs
Full Rigged Weight: 75 lbs

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H-Rail Upgrade Kit for H-Track DLX – Outback 2019, part # 72020153

April 27th, 2019 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “H-Rail Upgrade Kit for H-Track DLX – Outback 2019, part # 72020153”

Howie shows you how to upgrade from bungee to an extra adjust of H-Rail with Integrated Track in the rear H-Track DLX on your 2019 Hobie Outback! This package installs in times, and furnishes two extra 17.5 ” multi-purpose mounting scaffolds for light AND heavy-duty employments. Clamp H-Rail rod owners to the rail for heavy-duty trolling, or use the road peculiarity for light-duty accessory facilities!

Kit includes:
– 2 x H-Rail fragments with integrated track for more “no-drill” attaching options.
– 4 x T-Hooks for sliding into the road and sticking undertake chests
– 4 x H-Rail prepares for a strong, clean installation
– 1 x Detailed adjust of rules

Available now through your Hobie Dealer: marketers

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7 hurt in 3-vehicle crash on 5 Freeway in South Orange County

April 26th, 2019 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “7 hurt in 3-vehicle crash on 5 Freeway in South Orange County”

A three-vehicle crash on the Santa Ana( 5) Roadway on Sunday evening in the Capistrano Beach area disabled seven people, governments said.

The crash happened about 8 p. m. on the northbound Santa Ana Freeway, simply northward of Camino De Estrella, the Orange County Fire Authority and California Highway Patrol said. i25XelPaCL

— OCFA PIO (@ OCFA_PIO) April 22, 2019

Seven cases were taken to hospices, including 5 trauma patients, the attack expert said.

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No further details were immediately available.

Which cities have the most homeless living without shelter?

April 25th, 2019 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “Which cities have the most homeless living without shelter?”

The 2019 point-in-time counting tried to identify where the county’s homeless are stay, whether on the streets, with pals or relateds, or in emergency or transitional protect housing.

A total of 3,961 people are considered unsheltered. Now are the communities and how many people report biding there 😛 TAGEND

Santa Ana: 830

Anaheim: 694

Fullerton: 308

Huntington Beach: 289

Orange: 193

Costa Mesa: 187

Garden Grove: 163

Westminster: 159

Buena Park: 142

Irvine: 127

San Clemente: 96

Tustin: 95

Lake Forest: 76

Stanton: 71

Laguna Beach: 71

Newport Beach: 64

San Juan Capistrano: 62

Placentia: 55

La Habra: 45

Cypress: 39

Dana Point: 32

Brea: 30

Fountain Valley: 28

Laguna Hills: 24

Mission Viejo: 22

Rancho Santa Margarita: 15

County Unincorporated: 12

La Palma: 9

Seal Beach: 8P TAGEND

Laguna Niguel: 7

Laguna Woods: 5

Aliso Viejo: 1

Los Alamitos: 1

Yorba Linda: 1

Villa Park: 0

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Nearly 7,000 are now homeless in Orange County, according to more accurate counting Which metropolitans have the most homeless living without refuge ?~ ATAGEND What handicaps do Orange County’s unsheltered homeless face ?~ ATAGEND

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Koktuli Wild

April 23rd, 2019 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “Koktuli Wild”

At the heart of the Alaskan Pebble Mine controversy, the Koktuli River winds its acces through the Alaskan bushland from its informant at Frying Pan Lake to Bristol Bay. Known for the salmon that return to the region per year in epic amounts to spawn and die, disrupting the landscape vital to this eco-system would destroy the fishery, its manufacture, and peripheral wildlife tourism industries as well. This massive project would adjust a risky new instance for mining and development in the Bristol Bay sphere and all of Alaska.

Growing up on the banks of the Kenai River, Brendan Wells has a strong connection to Alaska, its landscape and wildlife, world history and future. Which is why, plotted by this remote neighbourhood and the threats the watershed faces, he and three friends made a more intimate coming to the disagreement by knowledge wild Alaska in the spirit of river adventure.

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San Clemente’s Springtacular features egg hunts — on land and under water

April 22nd, 2019 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “San Clemente’s Springtacular features egg hunts — on land and under water”

Kids, bring your baskets and get ready to scramble for some eggs and hunt for the special gilded egg, on Saturday, April 20, at San Clemente’s Vista Hermosa Park.

From 9 a. m.-noon at Vista Hermosa Sports Park there will be bunny calls, instruct moves, a petting zoo and beings slide. Stop by the Summer Camp Palooza for info on summer camps and to pay free dive at Splashtacular, from noon-4 p.m. at the San Clemente Aquatics Center.

Field egg hunt schedule at Vista Hermosa: 10 a.m. 1& under; 10:30 a.m. 2-3 yrs& 4-6 yrs; 11 a.m. 7-9 yrs& 10 -1 2 yrs

Underwater hunt schedule at Aquatics Center: 12:30 p.m. 5& under; 12:50 p.m. 6-9 yrs; 1:10 p.m. 10+ yrs


When: 9 a. m.-4 p.m. Saturday

Where: Vista Hermosa Sports Park& San Clemente Aquatics Center, 987 Avenida Vista Hermosa, San Clemente

Information: click on “calendar”) or call Recreation, 949 -4 29 -8 797.

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1 Marine fatally injured, 2 others hurt in Camp Pendleton tactical vehicle accident

April 20th, 2019 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “1 Marine fatally injured, 2 others hurt in Camp Pendleton tactical vehicle accident”

CAMP PENDLETON — A Marine was fatally injured and two others were hurt in a weekend accident involving a tactical vehicle during training at Camp Pendleton, officials said Monday.

U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Special Operations Command said in a statement that a one-vehicle accident occurred Saturday during a unit training exercise, resulting in two Marine Raiders receiving minor injuries and one suffering critical injuries that required aeromedical evacuation for treatment.

He died Sunday night.

His name wasn’t immediately released pending notification of next of kin.

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Details on the type of tactical vehicle involved and the accident were not immediately released and the incident was under investigation.

“Our thoughts are with his family and teammates,” the Special Operations Command said.


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You can get your green thumb on at GardenFest, Saturday in San Clemente

April 11th, 2019 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “You can get your green thumb on at GardenFest, Saturday in San Clemente”

GardenFest returns to the San Clemente Community Center from 8 a. m.-2 p.m. Saturday. Patronized by the San Clemente Garden Club in partnership with The City of San Clemente Parks& Recreation, the occasion will feature a seed sale& garden-variety flea market, exhibits, rallies, neighbourhood artwork, a funky receptacle struggle, ruler gardener implement sharpening and kids gardening activities.

Proceeds will go toward cultivation awards, junior gardeners and communal beautification projects.

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When: 8 a. m.-2 p.m. Saturday

Where: San Clemente Community Center, 100 N. Calle Seville, San Clemente


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