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SEA KAYAK TRIPS :: Sea Keyaking tours from late June through August explore many of the waters of Western The City of Issaquah Parks and Recreation Department is of- fering sea kayaking classes through Tahoma Outdoor Pursuits (TOP), which provides outdoor instructional services and classes, ff you cancel your class registration more than five days prior to the activity, a class credit will be issued or your payment will be refunded. However, cancellations received within five days prior to the class, tour or activity, will receive no refund or class credit. Tahoma Outdoor Pursuits also reserves the right to change or cancel classes or tours due to unsuitable conditions or insufficient regis- tration. Watersports are not canceled due to rain. Partici- pants are responsible for their own transportation to and from class, tour or activity locations For further information about Tahoma Outdoor Pursuits (TOP) or other classes offered by TOP, please contact them at 253-474-8155. Students should brin~ the following to the kayaking trips: Clothing that can keep you warm if you get wet, such as polypropylene, wool, fleeceii~.nd lightweight raingear (top only is okay). Wear shoes that can get wet (i.e sandals, old tennis shoes, neoprene booties). Heavy cotton and jeans are discouraged. Bring an extra set of clothing inside a waterproof bag. Bring snacks and a water bottle if desired. Other extras that will make your trip enjoyable include a cam- era, money and ID, sunscreen and sunglasses, a sun hat, wildlife identification books, and binoculars. SAN JUAN ISLANDS THREE-DAY KAYAK TOUR mm Course #: 3776 Friday - Sunday, July 24 - 26 Course #: 3777 Friday - Sunday, August 21 - 23 Time: To be determined Age: 15 and up Fee: $265 1 person Instructor: Tahoma Outdoor Pursuits Staff World famous for their stunning vistas and bountiful marine life, Washington's San Juan Islands are home to some of the finest paddling in the United States All kayaking gear and group equipment is provided, as well as delicious meals prepared by the experienced guides. Group size is limited, so register early. SAN JUAN ISLANDS FIVE-DAY KAYAK TOUR !'."t " ' ; ::d:y. S:~UrrdaaY: JAUul;28t 2A~,~g E"g ~l~esd ermin ~! 151 Age:" 15 and up ~1 11 Fee: $450 1 person t~h~. Instructor: Tahoma Outdoor Pursuits Staff "-.e ire, World famous for their stunning vistas and bountiful m~hr~;irlest Washington's San Juan Islands are home to some or [f~,=,ro~p paddling in the United States. All kayaking gear an ~d DY equipment is provided, as well as delicious meals preP~ ~.srlY. the experienced guides. Group size is limited, so regist~ CUTT'S ISLAND " Ill" Course #: 3801 tl! Saturday, August 8 I 7:00 - 10:30 p.m. Age: 15 and up Fee: $40 / person Instructor: Tahoma Outdoor Pursuits Staff Min: 1/Max: 6 neri" Enter the world of night paddling and enjoy the magiCal,~sW. ence of gliding beneath a full moon and a star-spangl~,~d I~Y Bring a flashlight and join us as we explore Cutt s moonlight. NISQUALLY DELTA KAYAK TOUIt mm Course #: 3802 Sunday, July 19 12:00 - 4:00 p.m.$4olpersOI1 Course #: 3803 Sunday, August 16 $651perSO~ 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Age: 15 and up Instructor: Tahoma Outdoor Pursuits Staff Min: 1 / Max: 6 -'=is tour Our most popular tour and a nature lover's dream!. ,h~l" so tl~ takes us through the largest saltwater estuary Inn;s"~ We'Ve Sound, home to a plethora of birds, animals, and plan~,~, alo~Y, and osp'~J ~' seen seals, sea lions, otters, herons, eagles, -'-'s rn~g' with many other species in our frequent trips to u. spot. 34