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Training Video With Wildlife (Read 1129 times)
06/08/16 at 12:38:28

HoganHaake   Offline
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Saint. Louis, Missouri

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In case you missed it from the MR340 Facebook group...

I run the Sunset Race every month in St. Louis on the Meramec river. Every month we go upstream and back down racing to get better and have fun. I've heard before that the stretch that we paddle is ugly and gross.  Of course I feel differently and paddle it often. So I took a video of a few parts of a training run. Its worth noting that I usually find more stuff going upstream slow next to the shore than I do going downstream. It actually is fun!

https://youtu.be/B7GMpt_M_Wo

Hogan
 
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Reply #1 - 06/11/17 at 07:42:21

GoneOutdoors2   Offline
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Hello,  noticed your spray skirt on your canoe.  Can you let me know how you made it?  Thanks
 
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Reply #2 - 01/18/18 at 06:06:42

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Great video, overall!
 

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Reply #3 - 01/24/18 at 13:41:07

Fast Eddie   Offline
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HoganHaake wrote on 06/08/16 at 12:38:28:
In case you missed it from the MR340 Facebook group...

I run the Sunset Race every month in St. Louis on the Meramec river. Every month we go upstream and back down racing to get better and have fun. I've heard before that the stretch that we paddle is ugly and gross. Of course I feel differently and paddle it often. So I took a video of a few parts of a training run. Its worth noting that I usually find more stuff going upstream slow next to the shore than I do going downstream. It actually is fun!

https://youtu.be/B7GMpt_M_Wo

Hogan

Thanks for the video,   love the Beavers,  don't see them much down here
 
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