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Ricardo Perez Pedraza
11/24/2014
Umecuaro Michoacan, Mexico. PHOTO: Alejandro Perez Pedraza
David Shwide
11/22/2014
who can I ask a research question to about a molded rowing seat probably from the 1980's that came with a Camper I just picked up? Thanks
Al Turtle Fariole
11/22/2014
Hi, I currently own 2 kayaks ! One is a 10'1", L.L. Bean model and the other is an 11'1", model. I recently purchased a new home with a 20' X 14', storage unit/garage. I am wondering if you can advise me as to where I can purchase a ceiling hanging system that would accommodate both kayaks !? Please advise, Thanks Al Fariole, Poconos PA !!!
Douglas Lang
11/22/2014
Question..I recently purchased a Saranac 146 for the family and I and we love it but we are having difficulty figuring out how to install some rod holders into the pre-formed holders. Scotty and Atwood appear to be too small. Am I missing something or just being an idiot as my lovely bride loves to call me as she laughs and walks away?
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08/5/2014

Old Town, Maine (August 5, 2014) Old Town Canoes & Kayaks, one of the most storied and trusted brands in the paddlesports industry, today launched a new generation of personal watercraft, the Old Town NEXT.  Elegantly combining the comfort
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The Old Town Discovery 169 is featured in the March 2011 issue of Canoe & Kayak.

 

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