Central Oregon HTTD #1 Results

We had beautiful weather for our first HTTD for the season.  The water level at Souse Hole was very challenging at 1900 cfs.  This was the first Central Oregon HTTD with canoe and SUP entries and we hope to have more in the future.  Everyone had a great time at the BBQ and raffle.  Noel Anderson walked away wearing the awesome Chaco River Shoes, and those were my size too.  Darn!

Results

1)  Scotty Baker            100 pts

1)  Jake Zywicke           100 pts

3)  Kelly Crowther         80 pts

4)  Anders Hatlestad     70 pts

5)  Noel Anderson           55 pts

6) Scott Cooney             45 pts

7)  Mark Davis              35 pts

8)  Trevor Lynden          30 pts

9)  Rob Harvey              25 pts

10) Matt Deacon             15 pts

11) Nick Weber               5 pts

Central Oregon HTTD #1 Results

We had beautiful weather for our first HTTD for the season.  The water level at Souse Hole was very challenging at 1900 cfs.  This was the first Central Oregon HTTD with canoe and SUP entries and we hope to have more in the future.  Everyone had a great time at the BBQ and raffle.  Noel Anderson walked away wearing the awesome Chaco River Shoes, and those were my size too.  Darn!

Results

1)  Scotty Baker            100 pts

1)  Jake Zywicke           100 pts

3)  Kelly Crowther         80 pts

4)  Anders Hatlestad     70 pts

5)  Noel Anderson           55 pts

6) Scott Cooney             45 pts

7)  Mark Davis              35 pts

8)  Trevor Lynden          30 pts

9)  Rob Harvey              25 pts

10) Matt Deacon             15 pts

11) Nick Weber               5 pts

Central Oregon HTTD #1 Results

We had beautiful weather for our first HTTD for the season.  The water level at Souse Hole was very challenging at 1900 cfs.  This was the first Central Oregon HTTD with canoe and SUP entries and we hope to have more in the future.  Everyone had a great time at the BBQ and raffle.  Noel Anderson walked away wearing the awesome Chaco River Shoes, and those were my size too.  Darn!

Results

1)  Scotty Baker            100 pts

1)  Jake Zywicke           100 pts

3)  Kelly Crowther         80 pts

4)  Anders Hatlestad     70 pts

5)  Noel Anderson           55 pts

6) Scott Cooney             45 pts

7)  Mark Davis              35 pts

8)  Trevor Lynden          30 pts

9)  Rob Harvey              25 pts

10) Matt Deacon             15 pts

11) Nick Weber               5 pts

Central Oregon HTTD #1 Results

We had beautiful weather for our first HTTD for the season.  The water level at Souse Hole was very challenging at 1900 cfs.  This was the first Central Oregon HTTD with canoe and SUP entries and we hope to have more in the future.  Everyone had a great time at the BBQ and raffle.  Noel Anderson walked away wearing the awesome Chaco River Shoes, and those were my size too.  Darn!

Results

1)  Scotty Baker            100 pts

1)  Jake Zywicke           100 pts

3)  Kelly Crowther         80 pts

4)  Anders Hatlestad     70 pts

5)  Noel Anderson           55 pts

6) Scott Cooney             45 pts

7)  Mark Davis              35 pts

8)  Trevor Lynden          30 pts

9)  Rob Harvey              25 pts

10) Matt Deacon             15 pts

11) Nick Weber               5 pts

Central Oregon HTTD #1 Results

We had beautiful weather for our first HTTD for the season.  The water level at Souse Hole was very challenging at 1900 cfs.  This was the first Central Oregon HTTD with canoe and SUP entries and we hope to have more in the future.  Everyone had a great time at the BBQ and raffle.  Noel Anderson walked away wearing the awesome Chaco River Shoes, and those were my size too.  Darn!

Results

1)  Scotty Baker            100 pts

1)  Jake Zywicke           100 pts

3)  Kelly Crowther         80 pts

4)  Anders Hatlestad     70 pts

5)  Noel Anderson           55 pts

6) Scott Cooney             45 pts

7)  Mark Davis              35 pts

8)  Trevor Lynden          30 pts

9)  Rob Harvey              25 pts

10) Matt Deacon             15 pts

11) Nick Weber               5 pts

Central Oregon HTTD #1 Results

We had beautiful weather for our first HTTD for the season.  The water level at Souse Hole was very challenging at 1900 cfs.  This was the first Central Oregon HTTD with canoe and SUP entries and we hope to have more in the future.  Everyone had a great time at the BBQ and raffle.  Noel Anderson walked away wearing the awesome Chaco River Shoes, and those were my size too.  Darn!

Results

1)  Scotty Baker            100 pts

1)  Jake Zywicke           100 pts

3)  Kelly Crowther         80 pts

4)  Anders Hatlestad     70 pts

5)  Noel Anderson           55 pts

6) Scott Cooney             45 pts

7)  Mark Davis              35 pts

8)  Trevor Lynden          30 pts

9)  Rob Harvey              25 pts

10) Matt Deacon             15 pts

11) Nick Weber               5 pts

Costa Rica’s Kayak Ramp

A coalition of local kayak enthusiasts designed and built Costa Rica’s first kayak ramp which was enjoyed by all at the 2013 Sarapiqui River Festival (November 2013).

 The ramp will be a feature at the annual Sarapiqui River Festival and it is portable and will be available for competitions and kayak encounters around Costa Rica in the future. PURA VIDA!!

Costa Rica’s Kayak Ramp

A coalition of local kayak enthusiasts designed and built Costa Rica’s first kayak ramp which was enjoyed by all at the 2013 Sarapiqui River Festival (November 2013).

 The ramp will be a feature at the annual Sarapiqui River Festival and it is portable and will be available for competitions and kayak encounters around Costa Rica in the future. PURA VIDA!!

Costa Rica’s Kayak Ramp

A coalition of local kayak enthusiasts designed and built Costa Rica’s first kayak ramp which was enjoyed by all at the 2013 Sarapiqui River Festival (November 2013).

 The ramp will be a feature at the annual Sarapiqui River Festival and it is portable and will be available for competitions and kayak encounters around Costa Rica in the future. PURA VIDA!!

Costa Rica’s Kayak Ramp

A coalition of local kayak enthusiasts designed and built Costa Rica’s first kayak ramp which was enjoyed by all at the 2013 Sarapiqui River Festival (November 2013).

 The ramp will be a feature at the annual Sarapiqui River Festival and it is portable and will be available for competitions and kayak encounters around Costa Rica in the future. PURA VIDA!!

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