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SIDEWALK KAYAKING

Thompson Rivers University adventure-guide students Raphael Simard (left), Ursula Kilbridge and Emily Boyes take turns carrying their kayaks from the university to their residence on Friday, Feb. 1. The adventurers will soon set out for a week-long paddling experience to Oregon’s Cascade Lakes.  - DAVE EAGLES PHOTO/KTW
Thompson Rivers University adventure-guide students Raphael Simard (left), Ursula Kilbridge and Emily Boyes take turns carrying their kayaks from the university to their residence on Friday, Feb. 1. The adventurers will soon set out for a week-long paddling experience to Oregon’s Cascade Lakes. 
— image credit: DAVE EAGLES PHOTO/KTW
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