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I have got to admit this was the funniest kayaking video I have seen in a very, very long time. From the Youtube Description: Join us as we follow the world's greatest kayaker, adventure icon Trip Deacon, while he pushes action sports to new limits and creates the concept of kayaking without a kayak. Follow Trip as he searches for life's meaning and attempts to conquer his dream of being the first person to ever kayak down Lombard Street in San Francisco... without a kayak.
I always knew that Seahorses were awesome but the video below puts my love for them over the top.
Sign #122 that you don’t spend enough time in nature: You don’t know the difference between a bird and a barbeque cover. Credit: criggo.com
If you have June 22 free on your calendar you should really consider making your way to Peterborough Ontario and visit the Small Craft Rendezvous currently being organized by the Canadian Canoe Museum. It’s going to be a jam-packed day celebrating all things small craft including demonstrations of canoe canvassing by Carlisle Canoes, back-country cooking, tool sharpening by Lee Valley Tools and wood bending Michael Fortune. What makes this event unique from pretty much everything else in the paddling world is that your MC for the day is actor, woodworker, canoe builder and all-round funny guy, Nick Offerman. You might remember him from the TV show, Parks and Recreation.
If you are anything like me you've always wanted to own your own pirate ship. Admit it, you have. It's time to get yourself over to St. Louis and pick up this 50 foot houseboat. Yes it's $79,000 but think of the adventures you could have! Here is the ad from Craigslist: Built on 50' 1988 Gibson houseboat. Brand new twin 454s, Kohler generator, V drives. Holds 30 people, looks like a Hollywood set! Great as a live aboard...and an AWESOME party boat! 2 bedrooms and 2 baths. Just surveyed for $110,00, will sell for $79,000 - trades considered. Call 314-***-*****.

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