Check out this cool video showing how students at JMU are using the rivi to conduct their science experiments to better understand and work with oyster beds. Its always neat to see the many uses for our preferred method of travel over water!
This may be the most unique place I have see a rivi to date! Check out what Gary from Indiana Caverns has done.
We drilled a 93 foot deep hole into a big room and then lowered 11 of your kayaks down and then on down another 100 foot long steep breakdown mountain to the underground
Kristine, KC, and I decided to head down the hill to run the rapids in front of our house from the “Powerhouse to the Boat Ramp” a 1.5 mile journey through a deep gorge, some nice rapids, beautiful waterfalls, and lots of birds and wildlife. We made it from the put-in eddy to
The “Adventure Club” is a program sponsored by the Green Umbrella, a local non-profit organization working to improve the economic vitality and quality of life in the region around Cincinnati by maximizing the collective impact of individuals and organizations dedicated to environmental sustainability. Today the Adventure club took some local Cincinnati Public School
Harry approached me last year about getting a the right kayak to put his son in, while he swims and pulls his son behind him to raise awareness for kids with Disabilities. We had the perfect boat in the Riviera, in that it was stable, and a very tall back for him to lean
We had the opportunity this past weekend to pack up the car, load up the boats and head to Indian Lake State Park in Lakeview, Ohio. I have never really heard of Indian Lake before and if it had not been for a good friend of ours it would still be a mystery to
A few weeks ago I received an invitation from Don Roberts, Chairman of the Professional Paddlesports Association, to run down to Florida for a few days and join them as a guest instructor at the PPA’s National School of Paddlesports Business. Not able to turn down an offer such as that, I loaded the Cuda
We rented a boat and took the Cudas and a Riviera out offshore to the “sacrificial Islaand”, complete with lighthouse. In order to get the boat we rented in the water, we had to lift and heave it along, rolling it on the beach, around rocks, on broken trunks of palm trees. It took about