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CollectionsYour library (60), Currently reading (3), To read (1), All collections (60)

Reviews9 reviews

TagsFiction (25), Historical Novels (19), History (12), river canoeing (9), canoeing (9), rivers (9), california rivers (8), whitewater (8), california canoeing (8), Native American (5) — see all tags

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About meI teach river canoeing. I have owned my own Canoe Business, Canoe West, for over 30 years. I am also the author of a "Guide to Canoeing the Wild and Scenic Middle Klamath River". The Klamath River is a wonderful whitewater river with warm water (70degrees) and is located in Northern California. Come and canoe with me sometime.

About my libraryI spend many hours reading History. I am not a big fan of fiction although I do like authors Terry Pratchett,Patrick O'Brian and Tony Hillerman.

GroupsMedieval Europe, Non-Fiction Readers

Homepagehttp://www.canoewest.net

Real nameNeil Rucker

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Member sinceFeb 9, 2009

Currently readingHouse of Brick by Ren Meves
Shadozan by Rob Rudkin
Berlin Diary: The Journal of a Foreign Correspondent, 1934-1941 by William L. Shirer

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We used to pass though your area ~every 2-4 years, to/from Yosemite. Now we tend to drop down via the east side / through Lee Vining. (We live in Spokane.) One year we detoured for a few days in order to climb Shasta -- great climb, and a fantastic area. Plan for this summer: purchase kayaks. We really got into that last summer; there are many lakes & rivers around here. Fun!!!
~Sharon
Welcome to LT, MrCanoe! We LOVE it!! And, as you can tell from our library, are also partial to outdoor adventure ourselves.

~Sharon
Thanks, MrCanoe. I passed the book suggestion along.
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