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2,000 Miles to Washington D.C.
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12_9_14Student Response (Lower) 12_9_14Student Response (Upper)   Dave and I began portaging our canoe when we reached Annapolis, Maryland. We walked for about 30 miles with the canoe on a cart.  [ ... ]

Greetings from Washington D.C.
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We finally made it to Washington D.C.! Our expedition took 101 days. When we paddled up to the Washington Canoe Club on the Potomac River, we were greeted by friends from Minnesota and canoe club memb [ ... ]

Crabs and Shellfish in Chesapeake Bay
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12_1_14Student Response (Lower) 12_1_14Student Response (Upper) In last week’s Cast YOUR Vote, students decided that we should study the crabs and shellfish of Chesapeake Bay. You are in luck, becau [ ... ]

The D&R Canal
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11_24_14Student Response (Lower) 11_24_14Student Response (Upper) After we left the busy port of New York City and Arthur Kill, Dave and I paddled on the Raritan River. Then we took the D&R Canal  [ ... ]

What should we study in the Chesapeake Bay?

During the final week of Paddle to DC we will be working our way down the Chesapeake Bay. The Chesapeake Bay is the largest estuary of its kind in the United States and is home to over 300 species of  [ ... ]

What has been your favorite part of Paddle to DC?

Throughout our 2,000 mile journey from the Boundary Waters to Washington D.C. we have traveled through a wide variety of places, from the pristine lakes and forests of the Boundary Waters and the rapi [ ... ]