A personal challenge


Four local kayakers recently set off on an annual adventure in which they challenge themselves to prove they can survive with what their kayaks can carry. This year, the adventure began in Fort Wayne, Ind., and ended at Lake Erie. The trip took four days and lasted over 100 miles. Pictured, from left, in a selfie photo, are Jason Simon, Christian Renner, Josh Simon, and Darren Ward.

Four local kayakers recently set off on an annual adventure in which they challenge themselves to prove they can survive with what their kayaks can carry. This year, the adventure began in Fort Wayne, Ind., and ended at Lake Erie. The trip took four days and lasted over 100 miles. Pictured, from left, in a selfie photo, are Jason Simon, Christian Renner, Josh Simon, and Darren Ward.


Four local kayakers recently set off on an annual adventure in which they challenge themselves to prove they can survive with what their kayaks can carry. This year, the adventure began in Fort Wayne, Ind., and ended at Lake Erie. The trip took four days and lasted over 100 miles. Pictured, from left, in a selfie photo, are Jason Simon, Christian Renner, Josh Simon, and Darren Ward.

Four local kayakers recently set off on an annual adventure in which they challenge themselves to prove they can survive with what their kayaks can carry. This year, the adventure began in Fort Wayne, Ind., and ended at Lake Erie. The trip took four days and lasted over 100 miles. Pictured, from left, in a selfie photo, are Jason Simon, Christian Renner, Josh Simon, and Darren Ward.
https://www.fcnews.org/wp-content/uploads/sites/45/2019/06/web1_kayakers.jpgFour local kayakers recently set off on an annual adventure in which they challenge themselves to prove they can survive with what their kayaks can carry. This year, the adventure began in Fort Wayne, Ind., and ended at Lake Erie. The trip took four days and lasted over 100 miles. Pictured, from left, in a selfie photo, are Jason Simon, Christian Renner, Josh Simon, and Darren Ward.