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  i dont know the river
  Posted by: radiomix on Oct-05-12 12:32 PM (EST)
 

If the trip is 100 miles, and there is a current of 2 miles per hour you would be able to do it in 20 hours or so. If you don't stop a lot, are in really good paddling shape, and have put the seat time in. Having paddled this distance a few times all at once, its not comfortable. I won't say its not fun, because I keep doing it, but its not comfortable. I have no idea bout this portage or night travel conditions. If there is any concern about river hazards I would probably just travel by day light.

Ryan L.


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