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Fall 1987 - FROM THE ARCHIVES Quantity in Basket: None
Code: 014
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Cover: An oil painting by West Coast artist Virginia Ivanicki entitled “Friends on Short.” It depicts King Island Kayakers in a startling setting suggestive of the last (or the next?) ice age in the Bering Strait

Alternatives: Single Paddles by George Dyson
History: Alaskan Eskimo Rolls by John Heath
Environment: Born Fee: Invertebrates As Planktonic Larva by Roberta Olenick
Belted Kingfisher by Lori Wilson
Marine Algae: Their Place In The Economy Of The Oceans by Susan Kreml
Encounter: The Great Halibut by Jamie Alley
Food: Salad From The Sea by Randy Bayliss
First Strokes: Fooling Around In The Pool by Lee Moyer
Navigation: Fog Tactics by David Burch
Equipment: Kayak Tests: Chinook, Sea Runner, Puffin by John Dawson
Equipment: Hallock’s Comet- A Kayak Is Born by Douglas Hallock
Christmas Goodies by David Smith
Safety: Sea Caves, Arches, Narrow Passages by Matt broze
Excerpt: Baja By Day, Baja By Night from the book Keep It Moving by Valerie Fons
Health: Drowning, Near Drowning And Sudden Drowning by Creig Hoyt
Crossing: Santa’s Undoing by Grant Thompson
Book Review: Qajak: Kayaks Of Siberia And Alaska by George Dyson

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