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Kayak the Mississippi in an online tour

You can enjoy the soothing river rhythms through March 15.

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River guide Michael Anderson of Broken Paddle Guiding Company in Wabasha, Minn., scans the route ahead, looking for eagles and other birds. Steve Gardiner / Forum News Service

Enjoy a taste of spring with photographer, storyteller and history buff Doug Ohman as he takes viewers on a kayak trip down the Mississippi River through Minnesota. The journey starts at the headwaters at Lake Itasca.

You can view the free journey online at bit.ly/kayakminnesota . There are three video portions.

The program is available through March 15.

After viewing, please take the survey at bit.ly/legacysurveymn2021

The project is funded in part or in whole with money from Minnesota's Arts and Cultural Heritage fund. Made available by Browns Valley Public Library, Douglas County Library, Thorson Memorial Library (Elbow Lake), Fergus Falls Public Library, Morris Public Library, New York Mills Public Library, Pelican Rapids Public Library, Perham Area Public Library, Wheaton Community Library and Viking Library System.

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