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  Source to the Sea
  Posted by: bacshortly on Nov-04-11 9:10 AM (EST)

These guys are 'doin it'

It's got to be chilly...

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Table of Contents
  • Source to the Sea - bacshortly - Nov-04-11 9:10 AM
    • cool! - old_user - Nov-06-11 10:46 AM
    • "Remains of a River" - sapien - Oct-17-12 10:50 PM
    • check out - paddletothesea - Oct-18-12 4:57 PM
    • here - paddletothesea - Oct-25-12 11:16 AM
    • Wild - beaverjack - Nov-04-12 6:50 AM

Messages in this Topic


  Posted by: old_user on Nov-06-11 10:46 AM (EST)
Sounds like a great adventure! It will be fun to follow their progress - thanks for posting the link!
  "Remains of a River"
  Posted by: sapien on Oct-17-12 10:50 PM (EST)
If you haven't seen it, here's the full film posted a few weeks ago -- an amazing trip report that will make you think.
  check out
  Posted by: paddletothesea on Oct-18-12 4:57 PM (EST)
Friend Mark is doing Source to Sea of the 7-longest rivers on all 7 continents. He just finished N. Americas longest river system from Browers SPring Montana to the Gulf of Mexico.
Check out:
  Posted by: paddletothesea on Oct-25-12 11:16 AM (EST)
  Posted by: beaverjack on Nov-04-12 6:50 AM (EST)
They're right West of my old hometown Pinedale, WY. The Green is very low except in the spring. I've been to its source many times on pack trips. I wonder how they're getting down that tiny canyon creek, or if they started at the lakes. I'd love to be with them, but seems late in the year.


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