Popoia Island — Hawaii VLOG #11 [4K]
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Popoia Island — Hawaii VLOG #11 [4K]

what is this what is this what is this [Music] sir last day we have tomorrow morning what this last day to go and do something now we decided to go crack even though I personally made a deal with Hawaii two episodes ago we shook hands we said ten miles wind and that’s all but apparently how I couldn’t…

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What To Do On Whidbey Island
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What To Do On Whidbey Island

Whidbey Island is a short distance from Seattle. We arrived to the island via the Deception Pass Bridge near Anacortes. The iconic arched bridge is one of the most photographed places in all of Washington state. Once you cross onto the island, you’ll arrive in Oak Harbor, the island’s largest city and home to one of the top rated Naval…

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Sea Kayaking & Stand Up Paddling Côte-Nord | Paddle Tales
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Sea Kayaking & Stand Up Paddling Côte-Nord | Paddle Tales

(upbeat music) – My name’s Ken Whiting. I’m a world champion whitewater paddler. And I’ve led trips that taught kayaking around the world. As an athlete and explorer, my lifelong passion has been to challenge myself, meet interesting new people, discover beautiful places, and share these experiences with others. This is the story of these adventures. This is Paddle Tales.…

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How to Clean, Drain and Dry Your Boat
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How to Clean, Drain and Dry Your Boat

Ah. Recreating on the water. The perfect way to slow down, reconnect with the outdoors and pick up hitchhikers? What the!? The introduction of aquatic hitchhikers, also known as aquatic invasive species, to a new ecosystem, can lead to widespread loss of habitat, threatening wildlife that depend on healthy habitats for survival. What can we do to stop aquatic hitchhikers?…

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Highlights of Arcadia Valley
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Highlights of Arcadia Valley

Serene… Scenic…..Simple…..The ancient Greeks called this kind of mountainous environment Arcadia. Come to Arcadia Valley Missouri for geologic wonders like elephant rocks, historic Civil War battlefields, canoe trips down the crystal waters of Black River, hiking and wildflowers and waterfalls. If giant ancient elephants froze in migration and turned to stone, they’d be no more magnificent than the rounded granite…

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