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Our 7 day trip Rafting 125km down the Franklin River in Tasmania.  Sleeping under the stars for 7 days, taking all our provisions with us on the raft and leaving nothing behind in this UNESCO World Heritage protected site. Our second time doing the try with waterbynature, and we will certainly be back to do it again. The Franklin River was saved from being dammed and used for Hydro power by a famous conservation campaign in the 70's and early 80's - well worth finding more about it. The trip ends with a beautiful early morning 6 hour yacht ride down the Gorden River to Strahan, then a 6 hour bus ride back to Hobart.  Showing how remote the river is that we rafted down. A highlight of our travels in 2017.  

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Rod L6 mons ago
@Devon Satchell Thanks for watching Devon - the rafting was easy, the sleeping outside for 7 days in the wilderness was more of a challenge
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Rod L6 mons ago
@Pirata reyes Thanks for watching and commenting - was a great trip
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Devon Satchell6 mons ago
its like driving a fast boat and you just can't control it! good for you
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Pirata reyes6 mons ago
exciting! i once went rafting with my boyfriend and he wet himself. OMG this is hilarious
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Go360inc6 mons ago
i did like it like that but i guess you are right you turning you're head does mess up a little the video bit it's totally fine, but maybe next time try attaching a selfie stick to you're vest if in the back I guess the result would be even bether then on the boat good luck looking foward for you next video 👍😁🖒
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Rod L6 mons ago
@Go360inc Thanks, great feedback - my head spinning around really does mess things up, I did edit some of the movement out but its a very manual process. For sure a gimbal and/or fixed mount would really help.
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Go360inc6 mons ago
Very nice video can i go with you next time :) I gues next time you could try attaching the camera to the boat. :)
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Rod L6 mons ago
Thanks for watching - let me know any feedback on what I could do better, and a Like / Share if you enjoyed it please :)
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