BRAND NEW EXCITING CANOEING DVD OUT NOW
“The best compilation of canoe films of all time. This really is canoeing” Scott MacGregor, publisher, Canoeroots and Rapid magazines. Click http://www.cackletv.com/sea-kayaking-dvds/this-is-canoeing/praise-for-this-is-canoeing/ for more reviews of “This is Canoeing”
“THIS IS CANOEING” is a 2-disc celebration of canoeing, showcasing top single-blade paddlers in their pursuit of remote wilderness journeys or challenging white water. Multi-award winning film maker, Justine Curgenven captures the essence of canoeing in 12 short films. From open canoe slalom races to 1,000 mile birchbark expeditions, Justine provides insights into the diversity of the sport and the influential people who tell it’s story. Immerse yourself in this globe-trotting 3 hours of adventure to world class canoeing destinations in Canada, the United States, Scotland & Wales.
KEVIN CALLAN – BECKY MASON – PAUL MASON – MARK SCRIVER- ANDREW WESTWOOD - ERIK SIMULA – BOB FOOTE – RAY GOODWIN – WENDY GRATER – CHRIS COOPER – DAVE ROSSETTER – ELI HELBERT – JOHN ‘KAZ’ KAZIMIERCZYK – HAILEY THOMPSON – KAREN KNIGHT – CAROLYN PETERSON
The DVD will retail at US $29.95 or UK £20. Amazingly, when you buy the DVD, you also receive a FREE one-year on-line subscription to ‘Canoeroots’ magazine AND ‘Rapid’ magazine, worth $19.95.
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“This is Canoeing is everything that I love about paddling open canoes, it’s the beauty of the outdoors, the thrill of the adventure, the joy of gliding gracefully along on the water and the fun of doing all of those things in the company of good friends. As soon as I’d finished watching it I wanted to load up my canoe, grab my paddle and head out to the nearest water. Everyone who paddles, owns or has even thought about getting in a canoe should watch it.” Jason Smith – Editor Canoe & Kayak UK Magazine.
Birchbark man – Erik Simula spent the summer of 2009 paddling 1,000-miles across the Minnesota Arrowhead in his hand-made birch bark canoe, with only his dog “Kitigan” for company. Following traditional trails Erik lives off the land as much as possible, fishing, and eating wild rice for food. In this charming film, Erik paddles on Lake Superior and in the Boundary Waters area. He mends his canoe in the field, and talks about his passion for wild places and all things birchbark.