Hey everyone. I'm laid up, recovering from a recent surgery. I can't get out and paddle for a couple more weeks. I'm in kayak withdrawal. Looking for some good downloadable kayak adventure films. Any suggestions?
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Posted by: glendorado on Dec-16-13 7:23 AM (EST)
Google up Steve Fisher "in the Congo".Not the exact name, but it will come up on google. Netflix has a few- "African Rush" "oil & water" Otherwise, any Steve Fisher video-never seen a bad one by him.
Short but sweet...|
Posted by: Recluse on Dec-16-13 11:54 AM (EST)
You Tube Stuff |
Posted by: medawgone on Dec-16-13 12:40 PM (EST)
Reel Paddling Film Festival
Posted by: femedic on Dec-16-13 4:58 PM (EST)
Thanks! I enjoyed the videos you recommended. I'm even more depressed that I can't get back on the water for another couple weeks! FYI your link to your youtube videos took me to my youtube channel.
whitewater of the sea|
Posted by: Peter-CA on Dec-16-13 7:54 PM (EST)
Check out Neptune's Rangers (http://www.youtube.com/user/NeptunesRangers) and The Hurricane Riders (http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCesThguTJoAkVroJJS5Tztw) on Youtube
Paddle to the Ocean|
Posted by: tnave2322 on Dec-19-13 11:24 AM (EST)
I really liked this film. It has a good soundtrack also. Sorry don't have a link, but you should be able to find it.
Posted by: Bob_d on Dec-22-13 8:35 AM (EST)
Don't limit yourself|
Posted by: wetzool on Dec-22-13 10:09 AM (EST)
to kayaking. There are some great canoeing videos on the web courtesy of the National Film Board of Canada. The skill set is the same between canoeing and kayaking, it's just that canoeing needs to be a bit more refined than what you can get away with in using a double blade.