Kenneth Bogle (Page 2)

Avid kayaker and backpacker Kenneth Bogle loves to explore the ozark outdoors. He spends all his free time doing so by kayaking, hiking and camping. In 2014, Kenneth founded JoplinKayak.com as an outreach to other kayakers in his community. After a few years of running JoplinKayak.com. Kenneth expanded into forming the hiking group JoplinHiking.com. Now Kenneth is ready to take things a little further by starting Joplin Outdoor Adventures. Joplin Outdoor Adventures is a hub for sites and facebook groups to help educate and find new ways for the community to spend more time outdoors.

Description Great visit to Prairie State Park with my friend Seth Mitchell. At first we attempted to do an interview but with the strong winds the audio ended up choppy. Not wanting to waste great footage I decided to add music and go with it. Seth Mitchell lives in theRead More →

Video Description I had the privilege of following Joshua Boothe around for an afternoon of fishing. While taking time to relax, we hit a few local ponds and I had the opportunity to ask Joshua a few questions about his love of fishing. Joshua has won the title of 2017Read More →

Today I would like to introduce you to Curtis Marr of Jefferson City, Missouri. Curtis is one of the nicest guys you’ll meet.  He’s the founder of Hiking 4 The Soul , a multi platform blog about his hiking and camping adventures. I have been following Hiking 4 The Soul onRead More →

Most people rarely plan trips to float upstream. However, this use to be a very common practice before roads and boats with motors. At one time fur trappers and hunters would travel both up and down rivers on a regular basis. To do this they would portage, pull, or evenRead More →

Tallgrass What once was  170 million acres of Tallgrass prairie now is scattered into small tracks of protected land. The Tallgrass Prairie Preserve contains 39,000 acres and is the largest remaining track in the world.   The Preserve You can find access to the Tallgrass Prairie near Pawhuska, OK. The Preserve is openRead More →

Description We found this abandoned home while kayaking Pruitt to Hasty on the Buffalo National River. The home looked like it had two levels with what would have been a great view of the river. Gas lines and plumbing were still visible; however, I don’t remember seeing any electrical. AllRead More →

Description Spent a great day floating with friends on the Buffalo National River. The water was cold with an air temperature in the 70s. We floated from Pruitt to Hasty taking our time exploring and taking in the sun. There’s nothing better than a little R & R on theRead More →

Whitaker Point & Lost Valley Video Description Took my friend John for his first visit to the Buffalo National River. We hit two trails in this video. The first trail is Lost Valley and you will see the Land Bridge, Cob Cave, and Eden Falls. The second trail is WhitakerRead More →