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Mark Angelo paddles on the Zambezi

Posted on September 1st, 2013

On our first venture out into the river world we traveled with noted river activist, Mark Angelo, to the Zambezi river in Zimbabwe. As Mark tells us, “this is a river as a river should be.” In this initial trip we learn that Mark started his river advocacy in University, but his love for rivers began much earlier in his life, as a boy living in Los Angeles.

Mark Angelo, a passionate storyteller is a man who has possibly paddled more rivers in his lifetime than anyone else on this planet. He’s now into his 60’s, has some health issues and wants to make ‘one last paddle’ that sees him travel to rivers he has loved.


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