Canoeing

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McGraw Hill Professional, 1999 - Sports & Recreation - 141 pages
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Laurie Gullion, expert canoeist, teaches women how to get on the water with little frustration. This comprehensive guide includes learning the basic strokes...probem-solving tips...solo strategies...planning river trips...transporting the boat... and more. Add the personal stories of women canoeists, and Canoeing is guaranteed to increase the reader's confidence and pleasure in the sport.

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Acknowledgments
8
The Female Canoeist
17
Getting Started
27
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About the author (1999)

Wilderness guide, college outdoor program coordinator, and American Canoe Association instructor trainer, Laurie Gullion has paddled more than 6,000 miles. She has taught canoeing to people of all ages and has written six books on canoeing, kayaking, and skiing and numerous magazine articles for Canoe & Kayak magazine.

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