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  • A rare kayak trip down the Salinas River in north San Luis Obispo County

    Tribune sports reporter Travis Gibson and outdoor author Brian Milne take a day to kayak the Salinas River in north San Luis Obispo County.

Tribune sports reporter Travis Gibson and outdoor author Brian Milne take a day to kayak the Salinas River in north San Luis Obispo County. Footage by Travis Gibson, Joe Johnston and Brian Milne tgibson@thetribunenews.com
Tribune sports reporter Travis Gibson and outdoor author Brian Milne take a day to kayak the Salinas River in north San Luis Obispo County. Footage by Travis Gibson, Joe Johnston and Brian Milne tgibson@thetribunenews.com

There’s so much water in the Salinas that these adventurers kayaked from Atascadero to Paso

January 25, 2017 11:03 PM