My life and, consequentially, my social media feed is filled with the joys of stand up paddle boarding. I have worked at several paddle shops, spent a few months building boards in a factory, and have raced and played on many boards.
People message me all the time asking for advice on buying a paddle board, and because boards are pricey, it's important that you understand what you're buying.
I broke the research process down into several questions that you need to ask yourself so that you know what type of board you should buy as well as what shape would work best for you.
The answers you seek will come after reading my SUP Buying Series! Here are the links:
Mission eSUPcalypse. How my friends and I SUP-supported ourselves away from the crowds to view the solar eclipse in totality.
If you saw the 2017 eclipse in totality, then you're probably still reeling on the experience. If you didn't see the eclipse in totality, you're probably sick of hearing about it. But I don't care. Wyoming was already crowded enough with people that were stoked on it. ;)
But where my friends and I were was completely secluded. The world could have ended while we were in that canyon and we wouldn't have known.
And that's the beauty of river trips.
Here are the deets to how we pulled off a SUP-supported trip in Wendover Canyon, and saw the #2017solareclipse in totality while we were at it.