So after I reached Panama, I went back to work in Canada. While planting trees, my foreman would often take out the British Columbia backroad map and start telling me about interesting places. One of which was this power generating station on the ocean, beside the Coastal Range. Since I already got a packraft for The Darien Gap, I kind of decided to give it a shot – what better place to learn to paddle than in a giant reservoir and later in the ocean!
it wasn’t until my 2nd day on the Darien Gap paddle that somebody told me my paddle was upside down…
Episode 12 from the SEE THE WORLD series
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Brad and Dan – Redneck Road (also thanks Brad for giving me the idea for the route!)