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Published: Sunday, February 3, 2013, 12:01 a.m.

Sign up now for summer paddle trips

Paddlers, get ready.
Registration is now open for two local kayak, canoe and rowboat trips by Olympic Outdoor Center.
The first, Paddle Bainbridge, is a 26-mile trip around Bainbridge Island, with views of sea life and Mount Rainer, July 13 and 14.
It's $89 for one day or $169 for both days.
Paddle Kitsap is a 20-mile course from Silverdale to Poulsbo and with an overnight stay at Illahee State Park Aug. 10 and 11.
Registration is $99 for one day or $189 for both days.
The events are open to any human-powered watercraft. You can use your own equipment or the company's.
The Olympic Outdoor Center's overnight trips include food, shuttles, camping, entertainment and safety boats that follow along.
For more information or to register, call 360-297-4659 or go to

Story tags » Leisure (general)BoatingCanoeing & Kayaking

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