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Forbes recently named Newport, RI as America’s Prettiest Town.  It is a fun claim-to-fame and a great recognition  from such a prestigious publication, but it is certainly no surprise to us who live here and get to appreciate the splendor of this little island everyday.

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Some of you may remember our post last summer about the Aquidneck Island Paddle Race, where we raised money for some of our favorite local non profits, Norman Bird Sanctuary, Lucy’s Hearth and Aquidneck Land Trust.  It was a gorgeous sunny day with an amazing turnout!  We enjoyed quite a workout as we paddled out from 3rd beach competing in multiple relay races followed by a incredible pig roast provided by Preppy Pig BBQ.  Great memories for a good cause!

Because we love the sport so much we thought it fun to share these photos and video of our friend Sam George and the rest of the Blue Line / Hawaii Paddle Surf Team as they take on the bitter cold waters of Iceland.

Iceland – Stand Up Paddle from Blueline – Santa Barbara on Vimeo.

Want to try Paddle Surfing?  Join us this summer for Aquidneck Island Paddle Race 2012!

LKRE is very pleased to be a part of  orchestrating another successful fund-raising event, the fifth annual Aquidneck Island Paddle. The event is great fun for both avid and novice paddlers who enjoy a little friendly competition on the water. Following the relay races just off 3rd beach, paddlers will enjoy a barbecue by pit-masters at The Preppy Pig. Proceeds from this event will benefit The Aquidneck Land Trust, Norman Bird Sanctuary and Lucy’s Hearth. These organizations serve as such vital instruments to our community, and I believe it is so important to give back. (Why not have a little fun while at it?) Registration is open so sign up, and bring your cheerleaders for a picnic!

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