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Kayaking the LA River, Part 2: East Valley to Marsh Park

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Continuing their journey down the 52-mile long Los Angeles River, proving that it is navigable by boat, George Wolfe and a group of kayakers completed their second day. Starting at the Sepulveda dam, they boated down through Sherman Oaks, Studio City Toluca Lake, Burbank and down into Atwater Village and Los Feliz. Today, the group finishes their journey in Long Beach.

See photos from day one by LAist Photographer Tom Andrews and background on this weekend's trip.

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