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Tuolumne river days and nights, Part III: a night in the Log Jam

Posted by on Mar 1, 2011 in Blog, Places, Team Clavey | 0 comments

Some memorable times on the Tuolumne river–see the previous post to catch up on this story: My early days on the “T”,...

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Sawyer Lights Wood Oars – Review

Posted by on Feb 1, 2011 in Blog, Gear Reviews | 2 comments

For over twelve years, I had been rowing a 14′ x 24″ cat with 9′ composite oars. Last summer, I decided it was time for...

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The Clavey Half Box, Dry Box – Review

Posted by on Jan 18, 2011 in Blog, Gear Reviews | 0 comments

For most of my guiding career I rowed 18’ Avon Spirits with slant board frames. We would pile coolers and rocket boxes on the front deck...

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My early days on the “T”, Part II

Posted by on Mar 26, 2010 in Blog, Places, Team Clavey | 1 comment

1983 was a great year to begin working the Tuolumne River. It was a high water year and we ran trips all the way into September. We got to...

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Dumpster Diving – the highlight of my Grand Canyon trip

Posted by on Feb 15, 2010 in Blog, Specials, Team Clavey | 0 comments

We’re in a van headed to Flagstaff. We hired Ceiba, a company out of Flag, to pick us up at Diamond Creek and they’ve got a...

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My early days on the “T” Part I

Posted by on Jan 22, 2010 in Blog, Places, Team Clavey | 4 comments

I fired up the wayback machine this week and came up with a few reminiscences of my river guiding career. Back in 1983, several years...

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