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Mon August 19, 2013
'Canoeing Michigan Rivers' gets an update
When you talk about the outdoor offerings of Pure Michigan, you just cannot overlook her rivers.
For every person who can’t wait to get to the lake, put in the boat and go sailing or water skiing, there’s someone else who can’t wait to get to the river and put that paddle into the water. Some of Cynthia Canty’s best memories of Michigan summers were the days she spent canoeing along the Manistee River, thanks to the little cottage her family had right along the river’s banks, not too far from Kalkaska.
The “bible” for Michigan paddlers is, without a doubt, the book “Canoeing Michigan Rivers” by Jerry Dennis and Craig Date. It was first published in 1986.
Now they’ve released the updated edition of “Canoeing Michigan Rivers.”
Jerry Dennis joined us today from Traverse City.
Listen to the full interview above.