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Wild water canoeing on the Warmonder Leede
Netherlands

During the Schippertjesdagen (second weekend in September, see www.schipprtjesdagen.nl) one of the activities is a wild water canoeing race. As there is not a lot of "wild water" here, the captains of the old ships are asked to create some with their engines.

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