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 <faicon fa fa-lg fa-clock-o>​February 23, 2014\\ <faicon fa fa-lg fa-clock-o>​February 23, 2014\\
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 <faicon fa fa-lg fa-user>​Eric Howey <faicon fa fa-lg fa-user>​Eric Howey
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-**An Open Letter**\\ 
-**Originally posted February 9, 2014** 
  
 This is a probably a bit long-winded and perhaps a tad narcissistic but there is a lot to tell and a lot to celebrate. The two sentence summary is as follows; PaddlingABC is thriving (check out some of those numbers below) and will be now be owned and managed by both the Alberta Whitewater Association and Paddle Alberta! ​ There will also be some significant improvements to the website over the next few months so don’t be alarmed if things look a bit different. ​     ​ This is a probably a bit long-winded and perhaps a tad narcissistic but there is a lot to tell and a lot to celebrate. The two sentence summary is as follows; PaddlingABC is thriving (check out some of those numbers below) and will be now be owned and managed by both the Alberta Whitewater Association and Paddle Alberta! ​ There will also be some significant improvements to the website over the next few months so don’t be alarmed if things look a bit different. ​     ​
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 PaddlingABC is clearly thriving and is doing so because of YOU.  That’s right, you, whether it is commenting on a blog post, adding a new river entry, editing an old one, sharing a thought on Facebook or simply checking river levels. ​ PaddlingABC would be nothing without all of your contributions. ​ PaddlingABC is a resource that belongs to everyone and as such is also the responsibility of everyone. ​ My role is to ensure that the website and the information in it is safeguarded and managed properly for the future. ​ This is a duty that I have been thinking a lot about over the past couple of years, particularly as the site has gained in popularity and my motivation is being gradually pulled towards new pursuits. ​ How can I make sure PaddlingABC continues to thrive and grow for years to come?  For years after I lose interest? PaddlingABC is clearly thriving and is doing so because of YOU.  That’s right, you, whether it is commenting on a blog post, adding a new river entry, editing an old one, sharing a thought on Facebook or simply checking river levels. ​ PaddlingABC would be nothing without all of your contributions. ​ PaddlingABC is a resource that belongs to everyone and as such is also the responsibility of everyone. ​ My role is to ensure that the website and the information in it is safeguarded and managed properly for the future. ​ This is a duty that I have been thinking a lot about over the past couple of years, particularly as the site has gained in popularity and my motivation is being gradually pulled towards new pursuits. ​ How can I make sure PaddlingABC continues to thrive and grow for years to come?  For years after I lose interest?

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