Finally after nearly 2 full months I was able to get some time to work on and complete the Wired Kayaker podcast #5. I want to thank Keith and Bill for their patience while I worked on this. I had a great time paddling with them nearly 2 months ago. Here is the episode.

Ten Mile River Trip from BenSpark on Vimeo.

I paddled up the 10 mile river today with Keith and Bill. We explored the twists and turns of the river and made it to Hunt’s Mill. More about the trip at http://www.benspark.com/pad-1233.html and http://www.benspark.com/paddle-on-the-10-mile-river.html

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3 Responses to “Wired Kayaker Podcast #5”

  1. Carhartt Guy says:

    Hey guys;

    You are having real fun at this video.
    Thanks for sharing this video with us.

  2. terry says:

    Wow, you guys should do these pod casts for all the Blueways rivers! And link it to DEM.
    Keith, you are a font of knowledge.
    I think you should paddle in 17th century costumes.
    t

  3. April says:

    I bet you guys really had a lot of fun paddling around the river, aside from the fact that the view is amazingly beautiful. I was once experienced the same exciting adventure with my cousins, it is really fun and very memorable. Well, I hope you guys keep sharing your new paddling experience with us and be safe!






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