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Magazine: Northwest Ohio River Runners

Northwest Ohio River Runners, based on the Ottawa River in Point Place, is a family-style canoe, kayak, and rowing-shell organization established to promote hand-powered water sports. Visit them at nworr.org. CLICK ON ANY IMAGE TO VIEW FULL PHOTO, START SLIDE SHOW.

Outdoor recreation has seen a boom in paddlesports in recent years. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Outdoor recreation has seen a boom in paddlesports in recent years.
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The Northwest Ohio River Runners holds a recent outing on the Ottawa River in Toledo. Enlarge | Buy This Photo The Northwest Ohio River Runners holds a recent outing on the Ottawa River in Toledo.
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John Rudolph carries his boat during a Northwest Ohio River Runners outing from Howard Pinckley Landing. Enlarge | Buy This Photo John Rudolph carries his boat during a Northwest Ohio River Runners outing from Howard Pinckley Landing.
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Canoes are durable and lightweight and easier to carry than equipment for some other outdoor recreation sports. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Canoes are durable and lightweight and easier to carry than equipment for some other outdoor recreation sports.
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Curtis Osmun zips up his life vest. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Curtis Osmun zips up his life vest.
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Paddlers are advised to carry a Enlarge | Buy This Photo Paddlers are advised to carry a "dry bag" securely fastened to the boat with identification, maps, first aid kit, cell ...
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The Ohio Division of Watercraft estimates one in five boats registered in the state is a canoe or kayak. Enlarge | Buy This Photo The Ohio Division of Watercraft estimates one in five boats registered in the state is a canoe or kayak.
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Newer paddlecraft are made out of plastic and contrast starkly to the heavier, older crafts of gray aluminum. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Newer paddlecraft are made out of plastic and contrast starkly to the heavier, older crafts of gray aluminum.
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A paddler airs out her toes during a Northwest Ohio River Runners outing on the Ottawa River. Enlarge | Buy This Photo A paddler airs out her toes during a Northwest Ohio River Runners outing on the Ottawa River.
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Dave Zobler, top, Andrea Zimmerman, center, and her daughter Zoe Zimmerman, 3, paddle a canoe on the Ottawa River. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Dave Zobler, top, Andrea Zimmerman, center, and her daughter Zoe Zimmerman, 3, paddle a canoe on the Ottawa River.
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Ray and Diane Radabaugh launch from the Howard Pinckley Landing in Riviera Park. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Ray and Diane Radabaugh launch from the Howard Pinckley Landing in Riviera Park.
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Northwest Ohio River Runners emphasizes family involvement. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Northwest Ohio River Runners emphasizes family involvement.
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A hat with a wide brim is suggested to offer sun protection in hot weather and retain heat in cooler weather. Enlarge | Buy This Photo A hat with a wide brim is suggested to offer sun protection in hot weather and retain heat in cooler weather.
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Paddlers greet each other during a Northwest Ohio River Runners outing. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Paddlers greet each other during a Northwest Ohio River Runners outing.
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