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"Sea kayaking. You're able to kayak with the whales and paddle really fast when you see seals, because they like to play and can topple you over. And I like to race cruise ships."
Kayaking: White water or sea? 102313 SPEAKINGOUT 1 Capital City Weekly "Sea kayaking. You're able to kayak with the whales and paddle really fast when you see seals, because they like to play and can topple you over. And I like to race cruise ships."

"Sea kayaking. You're able to kayak with the whales and paddle really fast when you see seals, because they like to play and can topple you over. And I like to race cruise ships." - Marcus Graves, office of Children's Services


"Sea. Better view." - Ben Goldrich, business agent for a labor union


"Sea. (There's) lots of exploring, and you can enjoy the scenery a bit more. White water is hold on for dear life." - Tim Banaszak, information technology


"Sea, because it's easier... less scary. I feel like you're almost a part of the ocean when you're kayaking." - Jessica Spurrier, social worker

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Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Story last updated at 10/23/2013 - 2:05 pm

Kayaking: White water or sea?

"Sea kayaking. You're able to kayak with the whales and paddle really fast when you see seals, because they like to play and can topple you over. And I like to race cruise ships."

- Marcus Graves, Office of Children's Services

"Sea. Better view."

- Ben Goldrich, business agent for a labor union

"Sea. (There's) lots of exploring, and you can enjoy the scenery a bit more. White water is 'hold on for dear life.'"

- Tim Banaszak, Information Technology

"Sea, because it's easier... less scary. I feel like you're almost a part of the ocean when you're kayaking."

- Jessica Spurrier, social worker


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