Ski to Sea participants Geneva Slaughter and Pat Buckley of team Hamster Endurance Running paddle their canoe down the Nooksack River in Everson Thursday, May 26, in preparation for the big race. Come Sunday, they’re going to have to get out of their canoe and carry it up to 200 yards to avoid a part of the river that could be hazardous.
Ski to Sea participants Geneva Slaughter and Pat Buckley of team Hamster Endurance Running paddle their canoe down the Nooksack River in Everson Thursday, May 26, in preparation for the big race. Come Sunday, they’re going to have to get out of their canoe and carry it up to 200 yards to avoid a part of the river that could be hazardous. Evan Abell eabell@bhamherald.com
Ski to Sea participants Geneva Slaughter and Pat Buckley of team Hamster Endurance Running paddle their canoe down the Nooksack River in Everson Thursday, May 26, in preparation for the big race. Come Sunday, they’re going to have to get out of their canoe and carry it up to 200 yards to avoid a part of the river that could be hazardous. Evan Abell eabell@bhamherald.com

Ski to Sea: Snow is back, river is slow, prepare to haul your canoe

May 27, 2016 04:00 AM