Okay, that might be a pretty bold statement, stating this potato salad as the best. You know a recipe is that good when you know it by heart. We use white potatoes, or Yukon Golds, in our family potato salad.
What if I had, right here inside my boat, all the stuff I needed to eat and sleep and be comfortable for a night? But be careful; it was exactly this sort of fanciful reasoning that caused many a voyageur and mountain man to head for the woods, never to be seen again.
Following are some tips and pointers to help make your own overnight kayak-camping adventures a bit more enjoyable.
Kayak camping is not as restrictive as backpacking, but almost. Even much of your favorite gear that is easily swallowed by a canoe will have to be left behind when kayak camping, so some strict discipline is in order.
Your bags should be color coded for organization, and perhaps even labeled with identifying tags. Heavy vinyl bags are alright for food, as they are more resistant to puncture and probably allow less bear-attracting odor to waft through the woods, but they stubbornly stick to one another when packing into the boat.
Most of my favorite bags are instead made of lightweight nylon or polyester fabric with an internal rubberized waterproof coating.
Though perhaps requiring a bit more care to prevent punctures, these bags easily slide past one another when jammed into a cargo compartment, making packing more efficient. As you close each drybag, be sure to squeeze out as much air as possible before rolling down the neck seal, to conserve precious space inside your compartments.
Fragile essentials and other valuables may require extra padding Keep Your Balance Heavier items like food and water should be packed near the middle of your kayak, preferably just behind the rear bulkhead, while lighter, bulky items like sleeping bags and clothing get packed toward the ends.
Everything should be packed low and centered from side-to-side, to keep your boat stable and balanced. The only exception to these general rules is if you need to re-trim a boat for better handling.
A few days before your first overnighter, try test-packing your kayak to see if all your intended gear will indeed fit. A Packing List Rev. I am constantly tinkering with this list, as evidenced by the revision number above, and will post new ones here as they evolve.
What are you, Amish? So by all means, feel free to add and delete gear to make it your own personal packing list. Believe it or not, all this stuff fits through the hatches of to foot sea kayaks, though sometimes I wonder how.In general sense, picnic means holding a feast in a forest and sharing it with friends and class mates.
It has two aims. Firstly, it provides the scope of enjoying the sigh se eing in the lap of nature. Kiss My Grits Shane Mitchell hates grits. Thus, she is a heretic in her family, which has years’ worth of roots deep in grits country — Edisto Island, S.C., to be precise.
England! It’s an old country with lots of history.
But like the rest of the world, things are changing all the time. This summer I went on a road trip with my good friend Kash, to see more of England – something I’ve wanted to do for a long while.
This is a listing of some of the travel clubs, and prospective travel clubs, within the US (and beyond). Several were started by ITN subscribers who simply announced in this magazine their willingness to begin a club or to join one and then made arrangements with other travelers within driving distance to meet on a regular basis, inviting people to join them.
As a follow-up to Tuesday’s post about the majority-minority public schools in Oslo, the following brief account reports the latest statistics on the cultural enrichment of schools in Austria. Vienna is the most fully enriched location, and seems to be in roughly the same situation as Oslo.
Many thanks to Hermes for the translation from ph-vs.com What is a "square meal?" What is a square meal? Excellent question with no simple answers.
There are two primary schools of thought: (1) Symbolic/metaphoric (a "square meal" is a substantial, satisfying repast) and (2) An actual scientific analysis proposed by a British physician in the s. Shaped, to make it easier for people to understand, like a square.