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P.O. Box 925516
Houston, Texas
77292-5516



The Houston Canoe Club 

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May, 2022

Sunday
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Camp Friday and Saturday nights. Paddle Saturday and Sunday. Community
breakfast and dinners. Saturday paddle from Spencer‘s Canoe (Shady Grove Campground) to Fentress. Sunday paddle from San Marcos River Retreat to Sculls Road. Details will be shared with those that are registered.
Monday
2
Meet at Tony Becerra Park in Rosenberg at 0800 for shuttle up to FM 1489.
8:00 AM
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A paddle from FM 1489 to Tony Becerra Park in Rosenberg. The distance is roughly 22.0 miles (a tad less probably). This segment contains Rocky Shoals, the last hard bottomed segment on the river. The purpose of the run is to identify mussel species and various other river/sandbar dwelling critters for the city nature challenge. Email me if you are interested in attending.
Wednesday
11
Bayland Community Center
7:00 PM
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Attend online or in person to see Rachel Windham, Houston-Galveston Area Council, discuss Rangia Clams! Ever wondered about those clamshells all over our putin location at Lake Charlotte? They are the shells from Rangia clams, some of them perhaps hundreds of years old, the detritus of ancient Native American feasts. Come and be informed, be curious no more.
Thursday
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Saturday
21
Meet at Sugar Land Memorial Park.
8:00 AM
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A roughly 20 mile paddle on the Brazos in the Rosenberg-Richmond-Sugar Land area. Interesting habitat and critter/fossil viewing without getting up into the 25+ mile territory. The put in is fairly easy, the take out a bit more steep.

Meet at the Dog Park parking lot at Sugar Land Memorial Park, on University. We'll shuttle up to Tony Becerra from there.
Monday
23
FM 1409 Bridge at Old River.
8:00 AM
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Paddle an out and back route on Old River, from FM 1409 upstream to Joe Matthews Park. The purpose of the trip is for Amanda Hughes-Horan to photograph the springtime river as part of the interpretive work for the new paddle trail. The trip is scheduled for Thursday May 5 at 0800. Meet up will be at the FM 1409 bridge, north side of the river. For further information contact Amanda at hugheshoran@icloud.com.
Friday
27
11:30 AM
Saturday
28
Meet at Brazos River Park for shuttle back up to FM 1462. The park is off the beaten track, so allo
8:00 AM
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Roughly 17.25 miles on the Brazos, from FM 1462 near Rosharon to Brazoria County Brazos River Park. The river is pretty much flat water, with no obstructions or hazards other than the usual snags, logs and strainers. The put in and take out are both challenging, being relatively steep and usually muddy.