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Old 03-29-2016   #1
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Old 03-29-2016   #2
 
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...IS AMAZING.

Unreal place, unreal paddlers, unreal footage. Can't think of a better documented expedition.

Pedro's Hero an interesting choice. Keeps the hole bait reputation intact.
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Very cool video!
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Wow! I didn't think I was going to get to see that video. That was insane. It's pretty cool to follow along at home through Ben's sat posts and then see the video and realize just how crazy it was. Those gorges are terrifying!
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Therese a little bit of pee coming out of me right now.
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Thanks for posting that Kevin. Those guys did something truly outstanding and courageous.
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That's pretty incredible. I can't imagine how intense it would be to be in there.
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This is unbelievable! Hats off to these guys for sure. How were the elevation shots taken? Were they using drones??
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This is unbelievable! Hats off to these guys for sure. How were the elevation shots taken? Were they using drones??
I wondered about that too. Phenomenal movie, and I really enjoyed watching it...but the filming from the air appeared to be from a helicopter, and if a helicopter can hover close enough to film they can likely also provide an extraction.
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I wondered about that too. Phenomenal movie, and I really enjoyed watching it...but the filming from the air appeared to be from a helicopter, and if a helicopter can hover close enough to film they can likely also provide an extraction.
I was thinking that it was a drone. ??
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