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Where To Buy Canoe Deodorant

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The Barrettos, who have only missed one race since 1998, looked like they might finish second to last, but paddled backward at the last minute, staking their claim to last place as the other canoe touched sand in front of them.

Thousands of spectators gathered to see the final races on Naples Bay in Crayton Cove, crowding the City Dock and the waters around it to cheer on dozens of canoeists competing in different divisions in the "The Last Dance"-themed event that brought out plenty of Elvis look-a-likes.

Vin DePasquale, owner of The Dock at Crayton Cove, ended the event Saturday that he started with his restaurant manager as an end-of-season party in 1977, following the 1976 opening of his rustic eatery, where 12th Avenue South meets Naples Bay. He's ready to move on after all these years of hosting it.

Mike Gill, 61, dressed like Elvis Presley, and Jorge Sanchez, 59, looking like a disco dancer, took first place for the best decorated canoe thanks to some creative work by Mike's wife, Janet, who took the competition so seriously she hand made some of the costumes.

With friends, the Gills have won the same award four out of the last five years. This year, their canoe included a giant disco ball, an oversized boom box and a pair of gold platform shoes carved out of Styrofoam with a turkey knife.

These silicone sleeves are designed to keep our precious jar of Little Seed Deodorant safe AND colorfully customized. Simply select the color (or colors) you like, slip your jar into the sleeve and rest easy knowing your deodorant is safe from any clumsy mishaps. Not that you need one, because you probably aren't someone who drops things or pushes them off surfaces. We definitely aren't like that either....

While efforts to preserve the BWCA as a wilderness had begun in 1900, it was the historic homeland of the Ojibwa people who navigated the waters in birch bark canoes. A pictograph on a large rock wall overlooking North Hegman Lake has been credited to Ojibwe. It appeared to represent Ojibwe meridian constellations visible in winter during the early evening, which would have been useful for navigating the deep woods during the winter hunting season.

By 1730s, Europeans had opened the region to trade, mainly in beaver pelts. and soon organized into canoe-paddling groups working called Voyageurs. The voyageurs became legendary in their abilities to paddle and portage and were celebrated in folk stories and music.

On our trip, pictographs would be replaced by laminated charts and compasses. Our canoes were Kevlar instead of birch. In case of a real emergency, we had a satellite phone. For warmth during the cold nights, skins and furs would be replaced by nylon, gore tex and fleece. During the warm days, sun-resistant shirts and pants and moisture- wicking underwear would keep us comfortable.

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