Tales from the Cripps

Tales from the Cripps: Episode 3. Tales from Honduras

Episode 3. Tales from Honduras Today, let’s travel through time and space to Central America in the 1990s. My guest spent several years exploring whitewater...

Tales from the Cripps: Episode 2. Bailey Fest and the Liberation of First Falls

Episode 2. Bailey Fest and the Liberation of First Falls Fun doesn't come easy. On today's podcast we hear the story of the inception of...

Tales from the Cripps: Episode 1. The Great Flood on the Potomac River

In this Tales from the Cripps episode we take a trip with my guest Forrest Noble through kayaking history, from epic equipment failures to...

Tales from the Cripps: Episode 0. The Introduction

  Episode 0. The Introduction Welcome to Tales from the Cripps, a place for entertaining whitewater stories to call home. I'm a long time whitewater kayaker...

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Great Alabama 650, the World’s Longest Annual Paddle Race, Kicks off Oct 1-11

The world’s longest annual paddle race is set to test the mettle—and blister threshold—of core-to-the-bone paddlers Oct. 1-11 in...
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Tales from the Cripps: Episode 3. Tales from Honduras

Episode 3. Tales from Honduras Today, let’s travel through time and space to Central America in the 1990s. My guest...

Quinfecta: Jackson, Marr, Voorhees Bro’s Notch 5 Laps on the Stikine

Cross Canada’s Stikine off the big water bucket list for Dane Jackson. Paddling Jackson’s new Gnarvana creekboat, His Daneness,...

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