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Catch Hap and Andrea at the Toronto Adventure Show this February 20 -22, 2015 where Hap will be presenting: “Canoeing’s 10 Best Travel & Survival Tips” at the Adventures in Paddling Stage! Print the above coupon image to receive a discount at the door or get a discount when you buy your admission tickets to the

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As you are probably aware by now, Hap agreed to be part of the much talked about Paddle In The Park Contest (PITPC) again this year, as did Andrea. Both were named official “paddle-hiders” for 2014, with Hap hiding the Cabin Falls EcoLodge Paddle and Andrea being specifially chosen to hide a special Algonquin Outfitters GIRLS PORTAGE Paddle,

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This past year Hap and Andrea, along with a number of other brave adventurers, embarked on what is known as the longest (and most challenging) one-day canoe race in the entire world. It’s called the Muskoka River X. Hap recently wrote about thier experience in a piece just published by Canoeroots Magazine.  You can read

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For those of you who wish to see Hap speak in person this winter, be sure to mark your calendars for February 22, 2014 for the Outdoor Adventure Show in Toronto. Hap is featured as a “Special Guest” this year with the plan, so far, being for him to present “Favourite Canoe Routes of The

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As many of you are aware, Hap has countless talents, skills and accomplishments under his belt, and thus is known to wear many “hats”. However there is one hat he wears rather proudly above the rest – the one of “Poppa”.  And he has a lot to be proud of! Take for instance the recent

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Not long before the season started this year, Hap and Andrea were approached by their friends at Badger Paddles and Portageur.ca to help with an intriguing contest idea.   There has never been a greater need for society to unplug and reconnect all at the same time. The Paddle In The Park Contest was created

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“Since its founding, the TCT’s vision has been a trail stretching from coast to coast to coast. A trail for the enjoyment of hikers/walkers, cyclists, horseback riders and, more recently, canoeists and kayakers in summer, and cross country skiers, snowshoers and snowmobilers in winter.” ~ from the TCT Website   Named “Path of the Paddle” in

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