THE DUBCAST WITH DUBSIDE: Special Guest Harvey Golden

IN THIS EPISODE:

Author, kayak historian and traditional kayak builder Harvey Golden has extensively documented the existing museum specimens of arctic kayaks in two massive books: KAYAKS OF GREENLAND and KAYAKS OF ALASKA.  He has been heavily involved in Qajaq USA and was one of the first foreigners to compete in the Greenland National Kayaking Championships in 2000. His legendary collection of kayak replicas are on display at the Lincoln Street Kayak Museum in Portland, Oregon.

LINKS:

Traditional Kayaks: Replica Kayaks and Paddles


THE DUBCAST WITH DUBSIDE: Special Guest Peter Gengler

IN THIS EPISODE:

Dive into an insightful conversation between Dubside and traditional paddler Peter Gengler, recorded at the 2023 Delmarva Paddler's Retreat. This episode provides a glimpse into Peter's unique combination of paddling expertise and cinematic storytelling. A regular participant at Delmarva since the 1990s, Peter passionately discusses wooden kayak building, his love for filmmaking with GoPro cameras, and the intricacies of the video editing process.

LINKS:

Delmarva Paddler's Retreat 2023


THE DUBCAST WITH DUBSIDE: Special Guests Kevin and Nicky Mansel

IN THIS EPISODE:

Dubside dives into the world of sea kayaking in this interview with two seasoned British sea kayakers, Kevin and Nicky Mansel. Kevin, an original member of the Jersey Canoe Club, and Nicky share their wealth of experience and discuss the nuances between Greenland paddles and the Euroblade, recount their expeditions in Svalbard and Greenland, including their encounter with the legendary Kampe Absalonsen, delve into paddle stroke rates, and reveal what they believe is the most important thing to teach budding sea kayakers.


THE DUBCAST WITH DUBSIDE: Special Guest Kenneth Høegh

In this interview, Dubside engages in a thought-provoking conversation with Kenneth Høegh, Head of Representation of Greenland in the United States and Canada. The dialogue delves into topics crucial to Greenland's future, including the pursuit of independence, the pivotal role of fishing and mining in the economy, and ambitious plans for constructing new airports aimed at enhancing tourist accessibility, particularly from the United States.


THE DUBCAST WITH DUBSIDE: Episode #51: Emanuele Korneiliussen (Giving Credit Where Credit Is Due)

 

IN THIS EPISODE:

Emanuele Korneiliussen's granddaughter Paninnguaq discovers that her grandfather had a key role in the origins of the modern British sea kayak as the creator of the seal skin kayak that anthropology student Ken Taylor brought home from Greenland.

LINKS:

The newsletter of Qajaq USA, The Masik


THE DUBCAST WITH DUBSIDE: EPISODE #50: "Gibson Les Paul Custom"

#50 CD cover
 

IN THIS EPISODE:

Calling all Copenhagen listeners! Dubside is heading your way this summer on this journey to the 2024 Greenland National Kayaking Championships! If you're in Copenhagen and can lend him a couch or spare room, reach out! Let's make his adventure even more memorable! Your hospitality is greatly appreciated!

"Gibson Les Paul Custom",  a short story by Dubside.


THE DUBCAST WITH DUBSIDE: Special Guest Warren Williamson

 

IN THIS EPISODE:

Known for his expertise in navigating the challenging waters of Deception Pass and Skoocumchuck rapids, traditional paddler and kayak builder/designer Warren Williamson found his passion for sea kayaking in the Pacific Northwest and embarked on a remarkable journey of building kayaks, from the traditional skin-on-frame Greenland qajaqs and Aleut baidarkas, to  innovative designs in plywood stitch-and-glue and cedar strip. Warren’s expertise and passion shine through in this insightful conversation.

LINKS:

Warren Williamson, Designer

Northwest School of Wooden Boatbuilding

“Grace Under Pressure” - Learning the Kayak Roll

Superior Kayaks

Anas Acuta, The Original Valley Sea Kayak

Corey Freedman’s Skin Boat School

 

Reg Lake talks about filming Warren Williamson at Deception Pass and Skoocumchuck Narrows.