You can canoe too

O'Toole, Tom; O'Toole, Joanne
August 1996
New York State Conservationist;Aug96, Vol. 51 Issue 1, p8
Offers guidelines to safe canoeing. History of canoeing; Potential hazards to canoeing; Ideal design of safe canoes; Assessment of the difficulty of the stream before canoeing; Best paddle length; Calculation of the duration of the canoe trip; Personal safety items that can be taken in the canoe. INSET: Canoe safety tips..


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