An American outfitter in China and the Tao of fighting a losing battle. Meet Travis Winn, an American who traveled to China for the first time 15 years ago to join his dad on a first descent of the Headwaters of the Salween River in Tibet. On that first trip Travis realized that most Chinese citizens had no way to get out and experience free-flowing rivers. And later he learned that at the rate these rivers were being dammed, very few people would ever have a chance to see the rivers in their pristine and natural state. Risking his mental and physical health, Travis continues to strive toward his personal goal to bring the Chinese people closer to their rivers. Presented by NRS http://www.nrs.com Directed by Will Stauffer-Norris http://bit.ly/1WxdSPV Produced by Travis Winn and Last Descents River Expeditions http://www.lastdescents.com Music: Low Rollers, Spit off the Bridge, and One Shot Charlie by Cory Gray The Departure by nisei23 Rowww.nrs.com Directed by Will Stauffer-Norris http://bit.ly/1WxdSPV Produced by Travis Winn and Last Descents River Expeditions www.lastdescents.com Music: Low Rollers, Spit off the Bridge, and One Shot Charlie by Cory Gray The Departure by nisei23 Ronny by Alex Fitch Rise by Igor Khabarov A New Season by Lee Brooks

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  1. Miranda thought there might be a happy ending with Harry, prea. The thing about alcoholics, is that rescuing them is often the worst thing to do. I’m off to an Alanon meeting today where 20 loving moms who want to rescue their sons and daughters will be told they simply ca71#82&n;t. :/

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    1. Totally. It’s a super hard thing to see someone you love succumb to an addition like that. My uncle watched his son drink himself to death over the course of two years. He did everything he could, he loved him so much, but at the end of the day… The son is whom needed to want help, and he didn’t 😦 Such a sad end.

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