[VIDEO] What California Rivers Taught Me in 59 Years

Posted June 2, 2021 by Jack Armstrong: grandson of founder George Armstrong
View time: 2 mins

All-Outdoors founder George Armstrong reflects on 59 years of lessons learned from California rivers. “No matter how much you know, or think you know, there is always more to learn”. Rivers have something to say to everyone.

Jack Armstrong: grandson of founder George Armstrong

Jack grew up 35 minutes from AO headquarters, and is the grandson of our founder, George. His education includes a film degree and art studies from Biola University, as well as lots of experience breaking camera gear outside. After graduating college, he started an outdoors/action sports focused production company and is largely responsible for our video, photo, and social media content. Jack’s favorite trip is the Cal-Salmon, because of the river’s awe-inspiring beauty and the sweet rapids. When he’s not rafting or playing with cameras, Jack can be found skiing, surfing, visiting art galleries, or eating tacos.


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