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IN THIS EPISODE: Dubside and Andrew delve into the controversial topic of cultural appropriation, focusing on British kayak company Valley Canoe and Kayak's use of Inuit kayak designs. Dubside shares insights on winter camping, offering tips for staying warm and highlighting essential features when choosing a sleeping pad for cold weather adventure…
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IN THIS EPISODE: Dive into an insightful conversation between Dubside and traditional paddler Peter Gengler, recorded at the 2023 Delmarva Paddler's Retreat. This episode provides a glimpse into Peter's unique combination of paddling expertise and cinematic storytelling. A regular participant at Delmarva since the 1990s, Peter passionately discusse…
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IN THIS EPISODE: Dubside dives into the world of sea kayaking in this interview with two seasoned British sea kayakers, Kevin and Nicky Mansel. Kevin, an original member of the Jersey Canoe Club, and Nicky share their wealth of experience and discuss the nuances between Greenland paddles and the Euroblade, recount their expeditions in Svalbard and …
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In this interview, Dubside engages in a thought-provoking conversation with Kenneth Høegh, Head of Representation of Greenland in the United States and Canada. The dialogue delves into topics crucial to Greenland's future, including the pursuit of independence, the pivotal role of fishing and mining in the economy, and ambitious plans for construct…
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IN THIS EPISODE: Emanuele Korneiliussen's granddaughter Paninnguaq discovers that her grandfather had a key role in the origins of the modern British sea kayak as the creator of the seal skin kayak that anthropology student Ken Taylor brought home from Greenland. LINKS: The newsletter of Qajaq USA, The Masik Kalaallit Nunarput…
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IN THIS EPISODE: Calling all Copenhagen listeners! Dubside is heading your way this summer on this journey to the 2024 Greenland National Kayaking Championships! If you're in Copenhagen and can lend him a couch or spare room, reach out! Let's make his adventure even more memorable! Your hospitality is greatly appreciated! "Gibson Les Paul Custom", …
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IN THIS EPISODE: Known for his expertise in navigating the challenging waters of Deception Pass and Skoocumchuck rapids, traditional paddler and kayak builder/designer Warren Williamson found his passion for sea kayaking in the Pacific Northwest and embarked on a remarkable journey of building kayaks, from the traditional skin-on-frame Greenland qa…
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IN THIS EPISODE: Dubside sits down with the extraordinary and multi-talented Greenland style kayaker and artist Alison Sigethy. Alison shares her enthralling tales of competing in the Greenland National Kayaking Championships, carving a path through the Canadian wilderness on an epic 12-week sea kayaking expedition, performing Greenland rolls to mu…
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IN THIS EPISODE: Dubside interviews Brian Blankenship, the creator of SK 102, the popular Chesapeake Paddler’s Association (CPA) annual instructional event held at Lake Anna, Virginia. Brian talks about how surf ski, rudder, and wing paddle designs were driven by the need for faster, more efficient kayaks and techniques for Olympic level athletes.…
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IN THIS EPISODE: John Lockwood closes Pygmy Boats; Sara Wagner and the Escape Kayak Center in Gothenberg, Sweden; the first Nigel Dennis Romany made; riding in a hot air balloon, running into Freya Hoffmeister; Petrus Kajaks; the guy with no hands and legs; “Magnum Says” by Thornstone LINKS: “So Long, Pygmy Kayaks” Freya is Going to Greenland Escap…
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IN THIS EPISODE: For the past 25 years, David Compton and Teresa Pendleton of the Chesapeake Paddlers Association have been hosting On-Water Sea Kayaking Instruction (SK102)– the premier introductory sea kayaking event in the area on the waters of Lake Anna, Virginia, which is warmed by the discharge of a nuclear power plant. LINKS: The Chesapeake …
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IN THIS EPISODE: Victoria, B.C. paddler Mike Jackson is the one of the founders South Island Sea Kayak Association (also known as SISKA) and a retired educator who has traveled all over the world including Greenland and to Antarctica where he served as a professional naturalist on the National Geographic Explorer. LINKS: Tide Rip Grizzly Adventures…
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IN THIS EPISODE: Review of the IPIK carbon fiber Greenland paddle from Gearlab Outdoors. A locomotive at the bottom of Lake Stevens. Interview with New York paddler Javier Castaño. “Qaallorimmi Illinersiorata” by Sume LINKS: The IPIK carbon fiber Greenland paddle by Gearlab Outdoors VIDEO: “Kayaking and rolling in New York Javier Castano “ “Qaallor…
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IN THIS EPISODE: Music Medley review of past songs: "Utaqqivunga" - Mariina "Ikiorniarpunga" - Stinne Jakobsen "Green Song" - Qarsoq "Ullut Tamassa" - Tuparnaaq "Nipimik Tusaavunga" - Per and Birthe "Ikinngut"- Zikaza "Upernannguara"- Qulleq "Isumaqarama" - Rina "Ataneqarpugut" - Paninnguaq "Kalaalerpalaaq" - Tullerit "Qivitoq "- Kimmernaq "Kalaali…
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IN THIS EPISODE: An insider’s view of the East Coast Canoe and Kayak Festival, and Dubside's folding kayak class that failed. “Nipimik Tusaavunga” by Per and Birthe LINKS: The Dubcast with Dubside on YouTube Unsponsored: “The Problem With Bomb Proof Rolls” by Moulton Avery Per & Birthe - Kisimiinngilatit…
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IN THIS EPISODE: Greenland style kayaker and internationally recognized authority on cold water safety Moulton Avery has been on a decades-long mission to educate paddlers on the dangers of cold water immersion. In this interview he talks about how kayakers die in cold water through the mechanisms of cold shock, swimming failure, and hypothermia. H…
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IN THIS EPISODE: Co-founder and chief engineer of Gearlab Outdoors, Chung-Shih Sun, has been at the forefront of high-end carbon fiber Greenland paddle design for many years. He talks about his insights on the evolution of his paddles, including Gearlab's latest design, the IPIK, as well as his experiences participating in the 2017 Greenland Nation…
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IN THIS EPISODE: Author, kayak historian and traditional kayak builder Harvey Golden has extensively documented the existing museum specimens of arctic kayaks in two massive books: KAYAKS OF GREENLAND and KAYAKS OF ALASKA. He has been heavily involved in Qajaq USA and was one of the first foreigners to compete in the Greenland National Kayaking Cha…
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IN THIS EPISODE: Reminiscing about the Traditional Arctic Kayak symposium. The dilemma competitive athletes face at the top of their game. Maligiaq Padilla, Inuk Sigstad, Karen Nelson The music of the Olsen Kids. LINKS: The Traditional Arctic Kayak Symposium Trinidad Head The Last Baidarka of Prince William Sound Modern Greenland Kayaking…
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IN THIS EPISODE: Dubside reports on Michigan Qajaq Training Camp 2022 A medley of Greenlandic songs LINKS: Qajaq Training Camp 2022 Iisaavaraq Petrussen - Tarnima Teqeqqui Ornillugit (My Inner Voyage) Juaaka - Naasumik paju "Lis Mari" by Juaaka Katsi Kleist in Zedna - Diverse kunstnere Nina - Eqqissineq Nanook, “Ingerlaliinnaleqaagut”, from the Qaq…
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IN THIS EPISODE: Former President of Qajaq USA Christopher Crowhurst shares his thoughts on the differences between cultural appropriation and cultural appreciation, and discusses the challenges Qajaq USA faces in balancing the accessibility of Greenland style kayaking with its mission to preserve the Greenlandic kayaking tradition. He also talks a…
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IN THIS EPISODE: The "opposite arm roll" for capsize recovery using only one arm. A toolkit for avoiding embarrassing cultural misunderstandings while traveling in Greenland. LINKS: “One Paddler’s Achilles”, an incident report originally printed in Sea Kayaker Magazine April 3, 2005.By Andrew Elizaga/Dubside
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IN THIS EPISODE: The imminent demise of SSTIKS? The Greenland National Kayaking Championships on YouTube! How to avoid getting injured while sea kayaking and rolling. LINKS: Joe Greenley’s Redfish Custom Kayak & Canoe Company The Greenland National Kayaking Championships 2022: “GM Qajaq 2022 Ilulissat” Paninnguaq Jensen, Maaniippunga…
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IN THIS EPISODE: Greenland paddle maker Don Beale discusses how to choose a Greenland paddle, the advantages wooden paddles have over carbon fiber paddles, and how to go about carving your own paddle. A founding member of the South Sound Traditional Inuit Kayak Symposium (SSTIKS), Don talks about what makes SSTIKS unique among the Greenland Style k…
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IN THIS EPISODE: Sea Kayak designer/builder, and founder of Cape Falcon Kayak Brian Schulz talks about the psychology of kayak rolling, how a low volume sea kayak can be the worst thing for learning how to roll, how a paddling progressing you have worked towards for years can be erased in seconds by a traumatic experience, his project to bring scho…
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IN THIS EPISODE: Sea Kayak designer/builder and founder of Cape Falcon Kayak, Brian Schulz, talks about the making of the viral video, “Building the West Greenland kayak, Step by Step”, how he got started building skin-on-frame kayaks and into Greenland Style kayaking after meeting the world’s preeminent kayak historian, Harvey Golden, taking apart…
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IN THIS EPISODE: George Gronseth, founder and lead instructor of the Kayak Academy was the first American to participate in the Kayak Training Camp in Greenland. Through the knowledge gained during this experience he helped introduce Greenland kayaking techniques to the United States. In this interview he talks about what the sport of sea kayaking …
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