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Pure Watersports Kayak Review Video

July 15th, 2019 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “Pure Watersports Kayak Review Video”

Dutch Courage on the White Nile (Entry #15 Short Film of the Year Awards 2019)

July 13th, 2019 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “Dutch Courage on the White Nile (Entry #15 Short Film of the Year Awards 2019)”

In the heart of Africa there is a rapid so big and powerful that it scares even the best kayakers. ‘Dead Dutchman’ on the Nile River is a rapid to be taken seriously. At the top of one of the entering channels is a beautiful ripple channel-surf by a very few brave kayakers. One missed roster after reddening the aspect and you could be in a battle to survive, with all your power put into that last ride. Add a startling, overcast Nile River sunrise and two of the world’s best freestyle kayakers and this is a kayaking video like you’ve never seen. This is Dutch Courage. Filmed by Travel to Paddle Production, featuring Sam Ward and Bartosz Czauderna.

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Catch Up on 20 Years of Coastkeeper

July 8th, 2019 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “Catch Up on 20 Years of Coastkeeper”

In 1999, Founding Director Garry Brown started Coastkeeper with two works in a small Newport Beach office and an annual budget of $100,000. Twenty years later, Garry is are participating in over 22 hires sprawled across Orange County, Inland Empire and Coachella Valley working with an annual budget of over$ 2 million to defend clean water.

How did we make love?

Introducing our anniversary report, designation “2 0 Years: Protecting Clean Water.” This expansive document blankets our victories, programs and progress during the past 20 times. It is by far the most in-depth telling of Coastkeeper’s tale yet.

Have you ever wondered how we utilize the Clean Water Act? What about our diverse change of education programs? Or how we helped turn decommissioned oil rig into prospering ridge habitats? These questions and many more are answered in this beautifully visual report.

Click now to read 20 Times: Defending Clean-living Water

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Crowds flock to Orange County beaches for packed, but uneventful holiday

July 4th, 2019 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “Crowds flock to Orange County beaches for packed, but uneventful holiday”

People celebrating Independence Day crowded Orange County’s seas to enjoy sunny weather in the mid-7 0s, and by late afternoon no major problems had been reported, according to several lifeguard agencies.

” We were really busy, but all run-of-the-mill stuff ,” said Ethan Balter, a lifeguard at San Onofre State Beach.” Really a good, hectic Fourth of July .”

A strong south increase brought perilous conditions including rip currents, particularly on south-facing beaches, and lifeguards reported wave launches as high-pitched as 3 paws to 5 feet in Newport Beach and overhead in San Onofre.

Those predicaments plus 70 -degree water temperatures in San Clemente lent up to” a great deal of saves ,” metropolitan lifeguard Lt. Rod Mellott said.

As of 3 p. m ., Newport Beach lifeguards had acted 55 rescues and 2,247 preventive activities( such as moving swimmers away from rip currents ), but no major incidents, Newport Beach Fire Department Lifeguard Chief Mike Halphide said.

Out of 34 medical calls to Newport city beaches, about a third were for people who encountered stingrays, Halphide said.

The water temperature simply reached the upper 60 s there, he said,” but it doesn’t seem to be inhibiting people from to move in .”

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Relay for Life South Orange County set for Saturday in Mission Viejo

June 5th, 2019 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “Relay for Life South Orange County set for Saturday in Mission Viejo”

Hundreds of community members will gather at Oso Viejo Park in Mission Viejo on Saturday, June 8, to help fund groundbreaking cancer research and patient care programs. Relay for Life South Orange County is a fun-filled overnight affair that celebrates survivors and grows fund through the American Cancer Society.

Opening Ceremony will begin at 9 a. m. and will include guest speakers and special survivor and caregiver acceptance. Immediately following is the Survivor/ Caregiver Walk. As part of the celebration known as the “survivors’ lap, ” organizers will create a newspaper chain representing the number of years of cancer survivorship and caregiving.

The Luminaria Ceremony will start at 9 p. m. Saturday. Closing Ceremony is set for 9 a. m. Sunday.

To register as survivor or caregiver, tour socrfl.org or bellow Mary Grant with the American Cancer Society at 949 -5 67 -0 602.

IF YOU GO

When: Saturday and Sunday, June 8 and 9

Where: Oso Viejo Park, 24932 Veterans Way, Mission Viejo

Information: socrfl.org

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Kayaks for Sale San Diego

June 4th, 2019 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “Kayaks for Sale San Diego”

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Kayaks for Sale San Diego. Free Demo. Many models to choose from. Pure Watersports Oceanside CA (760) 721-6195.

https://kayaksforsalesandiego.com

https://www.purewatersportsoceanside

Pure Watersports Oceanside420 S Coast Hwy, Oceanside, CA 92054

Jet Ski Rental Review for Pure Watersports

June 3rd, 2019 Posted by Jet Ski, Uncategorized 0 comments on “Jet Ski Rental Review for Pure Watersports”

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https://www.purewatersports.com/ (949) 661-4947

Pure Watersports Dana Point reviews Excellent Review

Such a great place to rent jet skis! The employees were beyond kind and helpful! The jet skis are beautiful new Kawasaki’s that are great on the water. Prices are affordable and we are already planning our next trip! I highly recommend! Thank you again Pure Watersports!!

Pure Watersports

34671 Puerto Pl

Dana Point CA 92629

Coastal gardens will be on display Saturday in San Clemente

May 17th, 2019 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “Coastal gardens will be on display Saturday in San Clemente”

The San Clemente Garden Club will host its annual garden safarus, from 10 a.m. to 4 p. m. Saturday, May 18. Visitors can experience beautiful coastal plots with a range of wordings, embeds and hardscapes.

Tickets are $40 the day of the safarus and include access to the private gardens, complimentary “tasty bites” prepared by local meat purveyors and live music. The plots may be visited in any order.

For ticket information call Bette Langford at 949 -4 98 -3 317 or email blang4 109 @aol. com. Additional information about the tour is posted on sanclementegardenclub.com.

IF YOU GO

When: 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday

Where: San Clemente

Information: Call KK Ciruli at 949 -5 47 -8 484 or email kkciruli @aol. com.

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How to Install a Fish Finder with a Rudder Mounted Transducer – Hobie Mirage Passport

May 9th, 2019 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “How to Install a Fish Finder with a Rudder Mounted Transducer – Hobie Mirage Passport”


Installing a fish finder on any kayak without the Lowrance Ready feature is easy when you use Hobie’s Rudder Installation kit. In this video, Howie substantiates all the steps necessary for installing a Hook2 4x GPS on the brand-new Mirage Passport. This is the perfect introductory kayak trawl organization for a young angler, or minimalist that are necessary exactly the essentials for squabbling award fish.

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– 7202014 4 FISHFINDER RUDDER INSTALL KIT
– 7202020 8 HOOK2 4x GPS
– 7202306 0 RAM MOUNT 1″ BALL& ARM HOOK2
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Visit www.hobie.com/ pushers to find your nearest Hobie dealer.

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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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