December 1st meeting ………… looking for volunteers to do a special project while paddling in the Tobeatic 2019 and onward! As some of you know, there are some nasty critters threatening our Hemlocks … the Hemlock Woolly Adelgid. Colin Gray … Continue reading
Here is the link to the Bon Adventure River trip that Will Poole, Matt Hemeon, Corey Ritchis and Wayne Doucette too last June. https://goo.gl/photos/UPqNFHgu8kaYD2eW6
Here is a guide to put-in spots in Argyle. Click on the map to get to details.
Nova Scotia Nature Trust paddle and nature walk, Saturday Aug. 27 from 1-4 p.m. Start on the Tusket River at Phinney-MacGregor’s #1542 Canaan Road and end up on the Wilson Lake. If you come early around 12:30, we can arrange … Continue reading
Report by Sandra Phinney Cancellation: kayaking session at Saint Anne University May 1st not happening this year. Big shout out to the South West Paddler’s Association and Will Poole who are making it possible for members of the SWPA to … Continue reading
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Tobeatic Report – Will Poole and Matt Hemeon Introduction 2015 was a great paddling season, for myself, in Southwestern Nova Scotia. I discovered the Tobeatic about 4 years ago and ever since I have been wanting to explore as much … Continue reading
Sandra Phinney is looking for suggestions of places to go (and dates) for spring/summer/fall day trips. The only trips that are carved in stone are the women’s extended trips: JULY 5-9, Bario + parts of 2 rivers beyond the Bario and SEPTEMBER … Continue reading
There is a group of community members and staff that are planning a kayak festival in Shelburne this summer. They are looking for support and have asked that we let Southwest Paddlers know about this opportunity. They would welcome any … Continue reading
Birchdale (a.k.a. Nova Nada) is 100 years old! Open House, August 22-28 to celebrate this milestone. All welcome to take a walk down memory lane, paddle, hike or simply put your feet up on the old veranda and relax. Some … Continue reading
This is a “golden oldie” of a film and provides great perspective on a not so distance but lost past. You will love the old boats, the camping gear, fishing and just the scenery. Probably some places are still recognizable. … Continue reading