We absolutely love it, it’s been to Alaska, Key West, Michigan, Canada... twice, the Rockies and more. Every time that things attached to my car, people crowd around and want to talk about it.
—Dan, Tucson AZ—
We are honored to be a premiere sponsor of Dale Stewart and his up-coming adventure.
Dale is an adventurer, explorer, published author, and speaker. Beginning next Monday, June 18th, departing from Ross' Landing in Chattanooga. Dale will solo paddle 1300 miles on four rivers. These rivers make up the water route taken by some 2800 Cherokee Indians during the Trail of Tears forced removal from their homelands in Georgia, Western North Carolina, and Tennessee. He will begin his adventure in Chattanooga on the Tennessee River and continue to navigate the Ohio, Mississippi, and Arkansas rivers before ending his journey near the Arkansas/Oklahoma border.
Kurt Mann and Dale will document the story with traditional and helmet cams, real time follow with SPOT technology, and video & written blogs. He will not only explore the history of the Water Route, but intertwine this with the present Cherokee culture and how their past reflects on their present culture. His journey will not only focus on the survivability of the Cherokee as a people, but the survivability and change of these four great rivers. To find out more, check out www.expeditionunbound.com and if you are in the Chattanooga area Monday, come down to Ross' Landing and wish him good luck, he hits the water at noon!