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Featuring in the late summer issue of the Paddler International: James Bay – a paddlers paradise like no other

james-bay

A photographic essay by Troy Glover

James Bay is one of the worlds largest estuaries of the Arctic Ocean and the fourth largest bay in the world – a smaller bay on the larger Hudson Bay which serves as the second largest bay in the world next to the Bay of Bengal in the Indian Ocean. If size is to serve as any indicator, the diversity of James Bay is extreme – both historically and in the modern.

Read more in the late summer issue of The Paddler ezine due out on August 15th.

Read the latest summer issue of the Paddler here: http://joom.ag/Pfdp

What is it about the San Francisco Bay that lures so many? 

By Michael Lutus

san francisco by michael lutus

As far back as 10,000 years ago, it was the Ohlone and Miwok Indians that enjoyed this rich and bountiful landscape. Sir Francis Drake sailed through in 1579 charting the coast and commented about the fog! The Spanish arrived in 1775, bringing the catholic church and building a fort at what is now known as the ‘Presidio’ later, tens of thousands came around the ‘Horn’ on clipper ships eager to stake their claim during the wild Gold Rush of 1849. Whether it was the turn of the century brothels of Sausalito, the ‘flower power’ hippie generation of the 70s, or the current high tech of Google, Apple, Oracle, HP and many other in Silicon Valley, the San Francisco Bay Area has had a rich and diverse past. For those of us who enjoy sea kayaking, it’s probably the best little spot on earth!

Read more in the late summer issue of The Paddler ezine due out on August 15th.

Read the latest summer issue of the Paddler here: http://joom.ag/Pfdp

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Editor of The Paddler ezine and Publisher of Stand Up Paddle Mag UK and WindsurfingUK magazines

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