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Online dating, although easily accessed, does not come without a sizeable investment of time and emotion.
Perhaps also like online dating, when we arrived in Whitehorse, Yukon, to compete in the longest annual canoe and kayak race in the world and finally met our canoe just hours before the start, I wasn’t sure what to think.
In person, the boat’s 18-foot length and 13-inch depth was unfamiliar—both longer and shallower than the trippers I usually paddle.
Designed by marathon canoeing revolutionary Eugene Jensen (father of the bent shaft paddle and many modern race designs), Clipper Canoes began manufacturing Jensen models in their Abbotsford, British Columbia, shop back in 1980.
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It is reportedly the second most common way for people to meet, only following behind the more traditional, and now somewhat folksy sounding – being introduced through friends.1 Internet dating sites enable users to search for potential mates beyond the usual social circles we were once restricted by.