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frankenstein
In the beginning
March 6, 2015

Frankenstein

Using my old whitewater kayak, aptly named "Frankenstein", as a prototype, all we needed was HDPE (plastic) to create our mate surfaces from. That would seem to be an easy task, right? Just go to the local store, grab some HDPE and head home to make a boat, piece of cake. Right. After much research, I found a source on the…
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Thank You
In the beginning
February 13, 2015

Thanks – the first of many

We have so many people to thank for helping us get to where we are today. The first THANKS goes out to our friends Day Moore and James Fairweather. They are the unfortunate ones, mentioned in the previous post, who had their home-made wooden kayak torn in half. More to come...
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pakayak wooden prototype first run
In the beginning
January 8, 2015

How it began

20 years ago, Doug Mackro had the idea to create a kayak that would come apart, nest to luggage size and go back together to paddle anywhere you could carry it. He didn't do anything with the idea for 16 years until he discussed it with his new wife, Zinelle. She urged him to follow through and create it! So…
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