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June, 2021

Saturday
26
South Santiam River in proximity to Lebanon OR, Linn County OR
10:00 AM
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This will be a fairly short trip of about 4 miles on the "Lebanon Town Run"
I'm supporting my daughter in getting her church youth girls on the water. WKCC members are welcome on this paddle, this paddle is suitable for learners, the river is shallow and docile in this section. Takeout will be easy on a private gravel bar below Lebanon.

My Cell# has changed to 541-220-1674
Saturday
26
lower Clackamas, southeast of Oregon City
11:00 AM
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CANCELLED - would have been from McIver park down. Cancelled due to extreme heat and crowding. No fun battling all of Portland looking for a parking spot in 100 degree heat. May repost it later.
Sunday
27
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10 maximum, class 2, 10 miles, join friends on a pleasant sunny day.
Wednesday
30
Extinct strands of the Willamette River in proximity to Corvallis OR, Benton County OR
5:30 PM
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I had a conversation with Loren Smith who is a distant descendant of Greenberry Smith (1820-1866) Oregon Pioneer and namesake of the Greenberry Store and Tavern on Hwy 99W in Benton County, Loren tells me that I was incorrect in calling this channel the West Channel, Pat Welch is correct in that the channel forming the west side of Kiger Island was called "the Willamette Middle Channel" even in the 1800's The Channel further West is of course the Booneville Channel. This is a docile paddle suitable for learners, we will paddle up the slow moving Middle Channel for about 45 minutes and return back down the channel. Come paddle with us and hear stories about the steam ships that plied the Willamette River serving Albany, Corvallis, Peoria, and other ports in the 1800's, and the little known ghost community of Booneville near the present day Corvallis Airport.
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September, 2021

Tuesday
7
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max.10 people, 7 miles, class 2/3, most of this run is scoutable from
the road
Wednesday
8
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10 people max, class 3/4, 7 miles, pool drop

January, 2025

Wednesday
1
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