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Wow ... Great editing skills and I bet that's going to be an amazing once In a life time trip. Been thinking maybe next year going from the lake at the top of the mississippi (lake itasca?) to New Orleans in a canoe ....the world is a playground why not!
 
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Wow ... Great editing skills and I bet that's going to be an amazing once In a life time trip. Been thinking maybe next year going from the lake at the top of the mississippi (lake itasca?) to New Orleans in a canoe ....the world is a playground why not!
I fully support an adventure of that sort :)
 

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Ha - I looked for a map for this and to my surprise I pulled up a pic of you :)
 

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Ha - I looked for a map for this and to my surprise I pulled up a pic of you :)
man @trickdaley rockin' that SEO :)

oh hey, by the way, did you get someone to go with as a camera person or decide to one-man it survivorman style? i'm curious how the camera setup is going to go, i think i saw a mount for the hero session?
 
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man @trickdaley rockin' that SEO :)

oh hey, by the way, did you get someone to go with as a camera person or decide to one-man it survivorman style? i'm curious how the camera setup is going to go, i think i saw a mount for the hero session?
You know it brotha!!

I have a guy down in Florida who is going to follow along and document for 3 weeks. He is a filmographer so he actually reached out to me to join up.

I'll be joining and meeting up with other people along the way but no one has volunteered to help film for a long stretch. This will mostly be a survivorman style film project, which I'm totally cool with!

Yeah I have a Go Pro session for action and waterproof filming, and then my secondary camera (nikon 1j5) for more high quality shots on land and in calm water.
 

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