Paddling from The Gulf of Mexico to the Arctic Ocean

Last summer, a six-man crew endured a 8,368 km, 8-month-long paddle from the Gulf of Mexico to the Arctic Ocean. This August, expedition members Dan Flyn and Winchell Delano will release Rediscover North America, a film documenting the continental traverse by canoe. For updates and more info, visit www.rediscoverna.com

 

 

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