Who's going? What are you looking for when you get there?
Classic Freestanding Rack
URCHIN Portable Anchor
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Ah' suppoose ah'll go agin'|
Posted by: fatelmo on Nov-15-13 3:00 PM (EST)
Posted by: kayamedic on Nov-15-13 3:20 PM (EST)
maybe the restoration of my courting canoe will be done and you can find a bikinied gal
Careful there Elmo!|
Posted by: canoeswithduckheads on Nov-15-13 5:16 PM (EST)
I've seen the likes of that dare sireen bestraddlin' a keel before, when she was wringin' her diaphanous bloomers along with two strumpet accomplices in some rocky backwater. She'll turn ya into a TO-oed, fer sure!
Posted by: ShadyClip on Nov-15-13 9:33 PM (EST)
I usually look for the bar first and then checkout how much more floor space the SUPs have claimed this year.
Do they sell, kayaks there? |
Posted by: dc9mm on Nov-18-13 11:36 PM (EST)
Never been there its about 6 hour drive for me. Looks like they sell gear there but do they sell any kayaks there? And if so at a good price?
Posted by: Andy_Szymczak on Nov-19-13 12:56 AM (EST)
And a discount on anything you buy at the show,
No test paddle, sorry|
Posted by: Kocho on Nov-19-13 7:53 PM (EST)
It is an indoors show only, unfortunately, so can't test paddle. I've been there only once - was nice to see most boats from most manufacturers under one roof and mainly to talk first-hand to the manufacturers and their reps. Prices were slightly discounted (mainly 20% or less on most boats, some more on a limited selection of gear). There were also some Greenland style demos and ropes and balance boards to play on last time, which was fun. There are also some classes/demos with good instructors, so check the schedule for these - worth it the price of admission for sure ;)