Maple Ridge’s Ron Paley shared a series of paddling pictures from a kayak trip this week on Hayward Lake, along the Maple Ridge-Mission border. He and a few friends had planned to paddle from Kearsley Creek (nine kilometres from Dewdney Trunk Road) on Stave Lake, but the area was closed due to fire hazards. So, they opted instead to spend four hours paddling on Hayward under cloudy skies. (Special to The News)

Maple Ridge’s Ron Paley shared a series of paddling pictures from a kayak trip this week on Hayward Lake, along the Maple Ridge-Mission border. He and a few friends had planned to paddle from Kearsley Creek (nine kilometres from Dewdney Trunk Road) on Stave Lake, but the area was closed due to fire hazards. So, they opted instead to spend four hours paddling on Hayward under cloudy skies. (Special to The News)

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Maple Ridge’s Ron Paley shared a series of paddling pictures from a kayak trip this week on Hayward Lake, along the Maple Ridge-Mission border. He and a few friends had planned to paddle from Kearsley Creek (nine kilometres from Dewdney Trunk Road) on Stave Lake, but the area was closed due to fire hazards. So, they opted instead to spend four hours paddling on Hayward under cloudy skies. (Special to The News)

Maple Ridge’s Ron Paley shared a series of paddling pictures from a kayak trip this week on Hayward Lake, along the Maple Ridge-Mission border. He and a few friends had planned to paddle from Kearsley Creek (nine kilometres from Dewdney Trunk Road) on Stave Lake, but the area was closed due to fire hazards. So, they opted instead to spend four hours paddling on Hayward under cloudy skies. (Special to The News)

Maple Ridge’s Ron Paley shared a series of paddling pictures from a kayak trip this week on Hayward Lake, along the Maple Ridge-Mission border. He and a few friends had planned to paddle from Kearsley Creek (nine kilometres from Dewdney Trunk Road) on Stave Lake, but the area was closed due to fire hazards. So, they opted instead to spend four hours paddling on Hayward under cloudy skies. (Special to The News)

Maple Ridge’s Ron Paley shared a series of paddling pictures from a kayak trip this week on Hayward Lake, along the Maple Ridge-Mission border. He and a few friends had planned to paddle from Kearsley Creek (nine kilometres from Dewdney Trunk Road) on Stave Lake, but the area was closed due to fire hazards. So, they opted instead to spend four hours paddling on Hayward under cloudy skies. (Special to The News)

Maple Ridge’s Ron Paley shared a series of paddling pictures from a kayak trip this week on Hayward Lake, along the Maple Ridge-Mission border. He and a few friends had planned to paddle from Kearsley Creek (nine kilometres from Dewdney Trunk Road) on Stave Lake, but the area was closed due to fire hazards. So, they opted instead to spend four hours paddling on Hayward under cloudy skies. (Special to The News)

Maple Ridge’s Ron Paley shared a series of paddling pictures from a kayak trip this week on Hayward Lake, along the Maple Ridge-Mission border. He and a few friends had planned to paddle from Kearsley Creek (nine kilometres from Dewdney Trunk Road) on Stave Lake, but the area was closed due to fire hazards. So, they opted instead to spend four hours paddling on Hayward under cloudy skies. (Special to The News)

Maple Ridge’s Ron Paley shared a series of paddling pictures from a kayak trip this week on Hayward Lake, along the Maple Ridge-Mission border. He and a few friends had planned to paddle from Kearsley Creek (nine kilometres from Dewdney Trunk Road) on Stave Lake, but the area was closed due to fire hazards. So, they opted instead to spend four hours paddling on Hayward under cloudy skies. (Special to The News)

Maple Ridge’s Ron Paley shared a series of paddling pictures from a kayak trip this week on Hayward Lake, along the Maple Ridge-Mission border. He and a few friends had planned to paddle from Kearsley Creek (nine kilometres from Dewdney Trunk Road) on Stave Lake, but the area was closed due to fire hazards. So, they opted instead to spend four hours paddling on Hayward under cloudy skies. (Special to The News)

Maple Ridge’s Ron Paley shared a series of paddling pictures from a kayak trip this week on Hayward Lake, along the Maple Ridge-Mission border. He and a few friends had planned to paddle from Kearsley Creek (nine kilometres from Dewdney Trunk Road) on Stave Lake, but the area was closed due to fire hazards. So, they opted instead to spend four hours paddling on Hayward under cloudy skies. (Special to The News)

Maple Ridge’s Ron Paley shared a series of paddling pictures from a kayak trip this week on Hayward Lake, along the Maple Ridge-Mission border. He and a few friends had planned to paddle from Kearsley Creek (nine kilometres from Dewdney Trunk Road) on Stave Lake, but the area was closed due to fire hazards. So, they opted instead to spend four hours paddling on Hayward under cloudy skies. (Special to The News)