Minnesotans step in to help man paddling Mississippi

North Carolina man traveling the entire Mississippi River by canoe. Ryan Emerson says someone stripped him of his supplies while he camped between Grand Rapids and Brainerd. But strangers immediately stepped in to help
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North Carolina man traveling the entire Mississippi River by canoe. Ryan Emerson says someone stripped him of his supplies while he camped between Grand Rapids and Brainerd. But strangers immediately stepped in to help

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