When the going gets tough, stand-up paddleboarders and extreme athletes Clay Walking Eagle and Tim Warner will be past thinking about the miles of ocean that lie ahead, the inconsistent, choppy waters of March, the sore arms, the bright sun, or the extreme fatigue.
They'll be thinking of somewhere else.
Africa, maybe. A small village, perhaps, where a well of cool, clean drinking water awaits its first visitors.
Walking Eagle and Warner, both of Carlsbad, are gearing up to paddleboard nearly 500 miles from the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco to the San Diego-Coronado Bridge in an effort to raise awareness for Charity: Water, a global nonprofit that raises money to install wells in underdeveloped parts of the world.
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