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Tuesday, 07 February 2017 17:47

Constitution Marsh “By Land”

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Constitution Marsh is one of our favorite local canoeing destinations: a peaceful, scenic, unique experience (unless you misjudge the tides and end up pretty much stuck deep inside the marsh by a receding tide). Last Fall (Boating on the Hudson & Beyond, October 2015, Constitution Marsh “By Sea”, pp 26-31) we described one of our frequent Summertime Constitution Marsh explorations aboard our trusty 17’ Royalex WeNoNah Sundowner canoe.

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Tuesday, 07 February 2017 17:41

Tides: The Science and Spirit of the Ocean

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Tides: The Science and Spirit of the Ocean

For anyone with the least curiosity about the world’s tides this well written and researched book is a must readbook is a must read.

The author, a surfer and skipper of a 46’ sloop on the Pacific Northwest Coast, begins his book with a falling tide bringing near disaster to his sloop. Narrowly averted with a good crew, hard work, and a flood tide.

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What could be better, the last vestiges of February’s cold, brutal winds, and then the opposite, of a warm sunny day, and finally its March!

Striper season on the Hudson River has arrived. Some of us fisherman are getting smart as we age; we painted the bottom of the boat with a fresh coat of bottom paint, after we washed it down during haul out, and cleaned up the boat, already for spring. Now, if it is not buried in the back of the boat yard, or in your own back yard, you can get it out and down to the river for an early launch that will begin the wonderful ritual of spring striper season on the Hudson River.

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Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Capital Region creates, seeks and supports programs and services that directly improve the health and well-being of children.

Albany Ronald McDonald House provides a haven of comfort, love, healing and hope – free of charge – for critically ill children and their families. The Family Room and Family Suite offer families respite and support within the Children’s Hospital at Albany Medical Center, close to their ill child and his/her caregivers.

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Tuesday, 07 February 2017 10:59

2017 Striped Bass Tournament

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presented by
Cortlandt Yacht Club
& Affordable Carting,
April 28•29•30, 2017

A host of top sponsors, including Boating On The Hudson Magazine, Croton Bait and Tackle, Matts Sporting Goods,Casabella Contracting, Burke Energy, Yorktown Cycles, Hilltop Gardens, Hudson Valley Fire Inc, MG Landscaping, Officers & Members of Cortlandt Yacht Club, Down Cycles, Universal Handyman, Luposello’s Garage, many, many more.

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Saturday, 12 November 2016 17:28

Hudson Crossing Park

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Welcome dock at Hudson Crossing Park just north of Lock C5.

The next time you are at lock C5 pull into the dock on the northeast side and explore one of the best kept secrets along the river. But, it won’t be a secret for long. Hudson Crossing Park celebrates the Hudson River
and the importance of this location as a river crossing point throughout history. You can see the remnants of several crossings, but not so visible are the fordings made by travelers hundreds, even thousands, of years ago.

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