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Canoe & Kayak
Jul 31st, 2014

In you’re in no-fire country, think about versatility and the ability to burn any and all fuel available (gas, diesel, butane, kerosene). The efficient OmniLite Ti cuts weight to 12 ounces, adding strength with a titanium body and supports, and reducing headaches with a simple design and idiot-proof control knob. ($218) ← Littlebug Senior Stove  PVC PoopTube → […] The post OmniLite Ti Stove appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine....

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Canoe & Kayak
Jul 31st, 2014

When it’s time to pack it out, don’t forget about your own waste. For permitted wilderness stretches that require personal waste disposal, the C&K staff likes to let each handle his or her own (vs. the communal groover blues). Enter the kayak-ready, homemade PVC pooptube. Save a few bucks more by “collecting” in a large-cylinder […] The post PVC pooptube appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine....

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Canoe & Kayak
Jul 31st, 2014

As the mantra goes, leave only footprints and take only photos. Keep your digital memory-maker humming with Cobra’s slim, efficient, and lightweight CPP 300 that unfolds a pair of solar panels with micro and dual USB outlets to provide multiple devices a rapid digital boost. ($79) ← PVC PoopTube  Leave No Trace HOME →     The post Cobra CPP 300 Solar Charger appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine....

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Canoe & Kayak
Jul 31st, 2014

Meanwhile, the Air Chair Plus—Crazy Creek’s tight, 4-inch-diameter bundle of a comfy and sturdy carbon-spined camp chair—hides a second chamber that inflates to roll out and double as your ground pad. Think 2.5 inches of cushion longenough to rest all of a weary 5-foot-10 paddler. ($125, 2 lbs., 13 oz.) ← Mobile Mummy 800  Kelty Ultra-light […] The post Crazy Creek Air Chair Plus appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine....

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Canoe & Kayak
Jul 31st, 2014

  First, think about doubling down on your sleep system—meaning a bag, pad, and shelter that can each serve dual purposes. For nighttime insulation, Sierra Designs’ Mobile Mummy 800 offers an innovative twist that can combine your puffy jacket and sleeping bag into a single garment-meets-bag hybrid weighing just 2 pounds, 4 ounces (for the version […] The post Mobile Mummy 800 appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine....

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Canoe & Kayak
Jul 31st, 2014

During a GOALS outdoor education program, kids learn to push themselves physically and mentally, to trust one another, and to recognize the growth that occurs both individually and collectively between the put-in and the take-out. The post Achieving GOALS on Oregon’s Rogue River appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine....

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Girls At Play, LLC - WaterGirlsAtPlay.com
Jul 31st, 2014

Live your dream. Follow your passion. Reach for the stars. Don’t settle for anything less. If at first you don’t succeed, try, try again. My time in North Carolina has lived out these sayings that I have grown up hearing. But, even now, it’s amazing how when these words apply to my life, I hear them with brand new ears. The way that Anna L has lived her life is a testimony to all of these slogans, and I am thankful to have been able to hear her story, spend time with her and work for Girls at Play. Anna is a great example that through hard work, dedication and determination, you can make your dreams and goals come true.  Read More The post Live your dream appeared first on Girls At Play, LLC - WaterGirlsAtPlay.com....

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Girls At Play, LLC - WaterGirlsAtPlay.com
Jul 31st, 2014

Have you ever stopped to consider what the phrase ‘keep your paddle in the water’ actually means? If you did you wouldn’t ever recommend it to a beginner whitewater paddler. The paddlers and instructors who give this advice are well intended and what they are really expressing is: “Keep paddling to maintain your stability through rapids.” When beginners hear ‘keep your paddle in the water,’ they end up doing a bad version of a rudder dragging their paddle in the water back by their stern while using their blade to steer. This is a really bad position to be in for the following reasons: 1. When you steer from the back quadrant of your kayak you loose your ‘paddlers box’  Read More The post Why “Keep Your Paddle in the Water” is Bad Advice for Beginners appeared first on Girls At Play, LLC - WaterGirlsAtPlay.com....

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Jackson Kayak - Whitewater Kayaks, Fishing Kayaks, Recreational Kayaks
Jul 31st, 2014

The Dulong River is a very special pIace. Located on the far edge of Yunnan Province, China, it was until recently only accessible for 6 months out of the year, due to the high mountains that isolate it from the rest of the world. The road into the Dulong is precipitous, narrow, and often blocked by ...

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Canoe & Kayak
Jul 30th, 2014

This close encounter with a Southern Right Whale was either a transcendental example of interspecies communion, or an unconscionable crime. Take your pick. The post Whale encounters: How close is too close? appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine....

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