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Fall 1985 - FROM THE ARCHIVES
 
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Cover: Taken from Day’s End, an original oil painting by West Coast artist Virginia Ivanicki

History: The East Hudson Bay Kayak by David Zimmerly
History: The Best Means Yet Discovered By Mankind To Go Place To Place by George Dyson
Environment: Loons by Lori Wilson
Environment: Tongass - Its Case Before Congress by Samuel Lash
Environment: A Crash Corse In Wave Dynamics by Mark Rognstad
Pursuits: Flying Kayaks by John Ince
Safety: The Gray Whale by Matt Broze
Technique: Focusing Mind and Camera by Joel Rogers
Destination: baja by Kent Madin
Navigation: How Long Is Slack Water? By David Burch
First Strokes: Loading Up by Lee Moyer
Between the Lines: Paul Kaufmann – The old man of the bay
Health: Treating Inflammation by Creig Hoyt
Book Review: Handbook of North American Indians – Artic: Vol 5


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