New videos are added to the bottom of the page.
Here you will find a few videos or links to videos that show different portions of our Paving The Way trip we made in 2009 as we work to Plot the course for this upcoming incredible event. These videos help give perspective participants an idea on what to expect and see during the event.
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Here is trailer for an upcoming documentary series we are producing about our paving the trip.
This is short video and description of our Proposed Course for the Alaskan Wet Dog Race. This will be the longest PWC race in the world!
Here is a short video, it also appears on the home page (Proposed Course Page) that shows the visitors that are coming to our website, There is no Sound and it is only 16 seconds long. It gives a good visual of how far the word of this event has spread around the world.
June of 2011 we ran a small portion of the course as we did in May 2009 and we have produced these short vidoes to show what it look like at the starting point Whittier then Valdez and Cordova. These are short vidoes. Please help share the vidoes with you friends and lets get the word out about the Alaskan Wet Dog Race. This was a 3 day trip and we had the most incredible weather on this trip and the seas were as calm as the water in a bathtub. Don’t be fooled this is really the ocean we are riding on as proven with the Porposies and Whales that we saw and filmed during the trip. Please share on your face book page. Thanks.
Paving The Way 2011 Day 1
Paving The Way 2011 Day 2
Paving The Way 2011 Day 3
Here is a short ” Commerical” Also found on the “Home Page” AKA The “Proposed Course” under the “About” Link.
More to come soon.
This is not a video but it is a link to a RADIO Interview/story about The Alaskan Wet Dog Race
KDLG Public Radio in Dillingham Station has this published. Look for the “Listen” Button and click on it. at the bottom of the Article.
By Daysha Eaton, KDLG – Dillingham | December 30, 2011 – 4:51 pm
More will be added as produced.