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Paddle to Seattle: Journey Through the Inside Passage (2009)

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Two best friends build their own kayaks and paddle alone for 97 days in the wilderness over 1,300 miles from Alaska to Seattle and survive to talk about most things.

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Paddle to Seattle: Journey through the Inside Passage will chronicle the progress of two intrepid adventurers paddling handmade wooden Pygmy kayaks from Alaska to Seattle. They navigated the 1,300-mile Inside Passage. From Alaska to Seattle, it's North America's only rainforest. There brown bears own the shores. Rain falls for weeks without rest. What's most unexpected are the surreal encounters with unexpected marine life. The film presents these interactions, in addition to interviews from peoples of the region. The driving force is the friendship and humor of the two friends. Written by J.J. Kelley

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80 minutes of the best feature film about paddling produced in the past decade


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J.J. and Josh filmed by kayak for 96 days through the North American Inside Passage. J.J. said it was the rainiest summer of his life. See more »

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