Kamchatka Expedition: Kayakers Attempt Source-to-Sea First Descents in Wildest Russia - National Geographic ADVENTURE

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Do I have everything I need, did I tie up all the phone calls and emails I needed to, do we have our logistics completely sorted and what will happen when we hit the ground.


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I prefer to keep an eye on their kayaking gears as i am also a sea kayaker.

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first descents of previously un-run rivers, as well as working with a diverse team of scientists, NGOs, and locals to help show how important Kamchatka’s river ecosystems are in the long term survival of wild salmon.

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That sense of being on the cusp of something big. Something unknown. Adventure in its wildest sense.

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Most damage isn't done by the anchor itself, but by the anchor chain as it sweeps back and forth due to changes in current and wind direction acting on the boat.

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I required to, do our strategies absolutely grouped and what will occur when we hit the earth. It is an crazy flood of details that keeps bicycle through each of our brains.

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That sense of being on the cusp of something big. Something unknown. Adventure in its wildest sense.

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I can't wait to hear more on this adventure. Thanks for the blog.


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What a fantastic insight to the stage before an expedition. I hope it's a fantastic success and that you all are 'okay'!

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