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New member from northern Michigan
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Mon Sep 12 2016, 05:56PM
Posts: 1
Hello everyone, I am a new member from the northern half of the lower peninsula of Michigan. My wife and I currently own a pair of perception prodigy 10 ft. kayaks and I eventually would like to get into more of a touring kayak. We mostly float local rivers but are starting to get into lake kayaking also. Thanks for letting me be part of this community.
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KC Kevin
Mon Sep 12 2016, 08:55PM

Location: Chicago, IL
Posts: 2278
Welcome to KC, From Chicago!!!
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Thu Sep 15 2016, 08:13AM
Posts: 93
Greetings from the tip of the mitt. We sure are lucky to have such beautiful, clean, clear water to play in.

Here's a link to some excellent safety information about paddling in and around our Great Lakes. Lots of knowledge shared there by experienced ACA certified kayak instructors: [Click Here]
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Wed Jan 04 2017, 01:05AM
Location: Missouri Ozarks
Posts: 155
Welcome from the Missouri Ozarks. The wife and I have Perceptions as well. We have a pair of Tribe 9.5's and a second pair of Tribe 11.5's. For what we do, they are as good as it gets.

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