Kayaking and Paddle boarding in Lake Havasu

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Kayaking and Paddle boarding in Lake Havasu

Bex Cat-Herder helped film! Some friends and I goofed around in the water!
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Great Kayaking all over the Colorado River, but the Topock area, Lake Havasu and the Bill Williams River are some relaxed trips with plenty to see.

Lake Havasu Kayaking To The London Bridge With Beachcricket & Matt!

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Lake Havasu Kayaking To The London Bridge With Beachcricket & Matt!

This was an experiment in filming with Kayaks, so with that information known-it was shaky and not always in control. But I captured, (Matt Kochel also filmed in this video) a group of shots that show the beauty of Lake Havasu (Lake Havasu is a large reservoir behind Parker Dam on the Colorado River, on the border between California and Arizona. Lake Havasu City sits on the lake’s eastern shore. The reservoir has an available capacity of 619,400 acre feet. The concrete arch dam was built by the United States Bureau of Reclamation between 1934 and 1938.) and we kayaked all the way to the London Bridge! Great Fun & Workout!

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Alaska Road Trip – Glaciers, Bears, Kayaking, Snow Caves – Best Family Vacation Ever (VideoTov)

Alaska Road Trip - Glaciers, Bears, Kayaking, Snow Caves - Best Family Vacation Ever (VideoTov)

Join two families as they experience wild nature at its best! The video was edited by the nature video editors of VideoTov, http://www.videotov.com. They explore Alaska on the road, in the air, on water, and on ice. They climb on Root Glacier, Childs Glacier (the most spectacular roadside glacier) and Exit Glacier. They visit Denali national park and drive through the Denali Hwy. They visit Cantwell, Chitina, Kennecott, Valdez, Cordova (famous for the Exxon Valdez oil spill, one of the most devastating environmental disasters in North America), Whittier, Seward, Homer (The “Halibut Fishing Capital of the World”), and Halibut Cove. Finally, they check out the two premier brown bear viewing areas: Russian River (where brown bears are seen each year along river during the salmon run), and Katmai.