Nestled between the border of Tejas and Mexico runs the iconic Rio Grande or "Rio Bravo" as it's called beyond the river bank to our right.
We set off a little late on Day One with grins that stretched from ear to ear, eager to find what was around the next
I'm often asked what I take on my self-supported SUP trips. So here's a quick trip summary and gear breakdown we'll be using during this year's #StandOnTheRioGrande expedition.
On April 21st we will be attempting the first SUP descent, 7-day, 130-mile self-supported expedition down the Rio Grande that separates Texas from
On our last day, we were up at day break and packing our gear the long trek past what we had thought was one log jam. It came to be that we made the right decision the night before; we found that there were actually two jams back to
We woke up late and took our time getting back on the move. We knew we had a long day ahead and a few log jams to portage around that we had seen on satellite imagery. When we got to the first one, there was no dry land to hike
When we woke in the morning we were shocked to find that the river had risen between 18 and 20 feet overnight, coming within a couple of feet of topping our bank and washing out our campsite, along with us. We had a team meeting over a cup of
Last year on April 19th, four friends and I set out with a new Texas record in mind. We planned on paddling 100 miles down the Guadalupe River to the Gulf of Mexico. What started out as a dream I had one night a few months before was quickly becoming