Back in 1982, Don Starkell, along wit two sons, Dana and Jeff, set out on a major paddling trip. The three men decided to paddle from Manitoba, Canada to Belem, Brazil, a journey that would take them more than two years to complete. Their adventure is now the subject of an upcoming documentary, which will show their struggles both with each other and the environment around them.
You can get a sneak peek at this amazing story in the video clip below, then head over to the Paddle to the Amazon website for more information. The site says that the film is still scheduled for release this year, and it looks like a very promising project.
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