It was September 24, 2011 and more than twenty two hundred paddlers made their way to the shores of the Adirondack town of Inlet New York to form the world's largest floating raft made up of nineteen hundred and two canoes and kayaks and set a new Guinness World Record.
The event called One Square Mile Of Hope was organised by Connie Perry and raised more than $80,000 toward Breast Cancer research.
National Geographic's photographer Nancie Battaglia was there as were many others including Barry Labdell...
Thursday, June 6, 2013
Over Nineteen Hundred Canoes And Kayaks Make Up The World's Largest Floating Raft...
Posted by The Flying Tortoise at 6:00 AM
Labels: 1902 canoes and kayaks, adirondack, breast cancer research, connie perry, guinness world record, inlet, nancie battaglia, national geographic, new york, one square mile of hope, world's largest floating raft
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I don't like crowds, especially on the water when I am in my canoe.ReplyDelete
Although it's probably wrong to say so, that first photo reminds me strongly of the World's Most Polluted River post you put up last month...ReplyDelete
An astute observation my friend...Delete
Which one is the Loo.? Paul BearReplyDelete