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In this How to Paddle Series, Mike Aronoff demonstrates the proper technique for the forward stroke. This video series is sponsored by Jackson Kayaks.

In this How to Paddle Series, Mike Aronoff demonstrates the proper technique for the forward stroke. This video series is sponsored by Jackson Kayaks.

far off shores-Elk Island Grand Beach Manitoba Canada-deserted beach and a kayak trip by Mike Eggett-travel category-shot with Nikon D60 and...

far off shores-Elk Island Grand Beach Manitoba Canada-deserted beach and a kayak trip by Mike Eggett-travel category-shot with Nikon D60 and...

Do you need a new kayak!? Ha, ha!  I have 6 and I need a new kayak :D) #kayak #kayaker #kayaking

Do you need a new kayak!? Ha, ha! I have 6 and I need a new kayak :D) #kayak #kayaker #kayaking

LAKE JOCASSEE • SOUTH CAROLINA and nine other flatwater paddling camping itineraries

Top Ten Flatwater Paddling Paradises

LAKE JOCASSEE • SOUTH CAROLINA and nine other flatwater paddling camping itineraries

California - Channel Islands Kayaking - http://www.realadventures.com/listings/1273248_Channel-Islands-Kayaking?A=7072

California - Channel Islands Kayaking - http://www.realadventures.com/listings/1273248_Channel-Islands-Kayaking?A=7072

The Pontcysyllte Aqueduct, in Wrexham County Borough in Britain, was built between 1795 and 1805 to carry the Ellesmere Canal over the valley of the River Dee to link the coal mines of Denbighshire to the national canal system during the Industrial Revolution. It was one of the world's greatest engineering achievements of the time. For more than 200 years, it is the longest and highest aqueduct in Britain, and currently a World Heritage Site.

The Pontcysyllte Aqueduct, in Wrexham County Borough in Britain, was built between 1795 and 1805 to carry the Ellesmere Canal over the valley of the River Dee to link the coal mines of Denbighshire to the national canal system during the Industrial Revolution. It was one of the world's greatest engineering achievements of the time. For more than 200 years, it is the longest and highest aqueduct in Britain, and currently a World Heritage Site.

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