Twin Ports residents find the fun in outrigger canoeing
We're humming now. The 40-foot sliver of yellow cleaves the water of the Duluth harbor. Six of us paddle in perfect synchrony. A stroke almost every second.
"Hut!" cries Diane Kivisto of Superior from Seat Four.
We finish that stroke and all shout "Ho!" on the following stroke. Then, without missing a beat, we all switch paddling sides in unison. Silence falls across the crew as we bend to our work.