I finally got some time to work on the footage from the Roger Williams Paddle. I learned a good deal by making many mistakes on the video. I did learn a lot on this trip paddling with other people. My previous videos are basically of me and me alone.

I did get a good 15 minutes however and I hope that you enjoy this episode of the Wired Kayaker.

Roger Williams Paddle from BenSpark on Vimeo.

I went on a paddle along the 10 mile river in search of famous places that Roger Williams went. I’ll be going with the Ten Mile River Watershed Council and Rhode Island Blueways Alliance.

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11 Responses to “The Wired Kayaker Roger Williams Paddle”

  1. Jess says:

    Thanks for the footage, this looks like so much fun! What kind of camera do you use?

  2. BenSpark says:

    I use a Sanyo Xacti EC1 waterproof camera for this.

  3. Jojm1989@mail.com says:

    Cool video. I need one of these cameras for sailing

  4. BenSpark says:

    The camera is a decent one and great for places where it could get wet.

  5. William Barrot says:

    Really cool video, I´m gonna buy myself a camera like this one. Great post!

  6. BenSpark says:

    It is a very good camera for water video. Not as good for still images however.

  7. Modecor says:

    i saw your video and comments as well.
    After looking this video every one wants to buy “Sanyo Xacti EC1 waterproof camera”. Great post and video 🙂

    Keep posting

  8. BenSpark says:

    I wouldn’t go so far as to say that everyone wants one, but it is a cool product.

  9. Hein Lehmann says:

    Without the mistakes none can be perfect. You are learning in the right way.

  10. BenSpark says:

    Yeah you are right. I’ll be ready for the next trip.

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