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Kayaking Down the L.A. River 

August 14, 2008
Three days on a 52-mile trek on the Los Angeles River from the Sepulveda Basin to the Pacific Ocean in Long Beach
Photo by Ted Soqui
Kayakers finish their illegal three day-trip down the Los Angeles River, entering the Pacific Ocean in Long Beach. Continue on for photos of the whole trip. Read Tibby Rothman's article here.
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Three days on a 52-mile trek on the Los Angeles River from the Sepulveda Basin to the Pacific Ocean in Long Beach
Published on August 14, 2008

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