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Feb 1st, 2017

The CampStove is a high-tech biofuel burner that performs beautifully, due to the forced introduction of additional air into the combustion chamber. What’s cool about it is that it uses energy from the fire to create electricity to drive the fan that introduces the additional air. This makes the fire burn cleaner with little smoke, The post Biofuel Stoves: BioLite CampStove appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine....

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Canoe & Kayak Magazine
Feb 1st, 2017

Way back 120 years ago, Patrick Kelly, a small-time farmer and fisherman in County Mayo, Ireland, got an idea about heating up water quickly to warm his bones with a cup of tea while fishing on Lough Conn for trout and salmon. His idea was to create a two-walled chimney with an opening for adding The post Biofuel Stoves: Kelly Kettle appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine....

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Canoe & Kayak Magazine
Feb 1st, 2017

After tinkering with tin cans and a mess of other commercially-available stoves, inventor Mikhail created the Emberlit stove. It’s basically seven pieces of metal: four sides, a bottom, and two small pieces that cross over on the top and create a stable place to put a pot. That’s it. It slides together easily, and the The post Biofuel Stoves: Emberlit Original Stove appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine....

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Canoe & Kayak Magazine
Feb 1st, 2017

The Bushcooker is hand-made right here in the US of A by Don Kevilus, a practitioner of bushcraft and what my grandfather would call the genuine article. Don, his wife, and his friend Steve make all the stoves they sell. The design is from Don’s head, and it’s a good one. The Bushcooker design is The post Biofuel Stoves: Four Dog Stove Bushcooker appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine....

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Canoe & Kayak Magazine
Feb 1st, 2017

Testing out four biomass fuel stoves for your next paddle-camping adventure, with a look at the costs and benefits of bio vs. conventional fuels. The post Field Tested: Four biomass fuel stoves appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine....

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Canoe & Kayak Magazine
Feb 1st, 2017

Ever wondered what it’s like to float down a Tibetan river at 12,000 feet, surrounded by towering snow-capped peaks and limestone canyon walls? Floating Tibet, a new 360-degree video from Will Stauffer-Norris, will give you a much closer idea of what that experience feels like. Stauffer-Norris spent last summer in Qinghai, China, filming virtual reality The post Behind the Scenes: Floating Tibet in 360º virtual reality appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine....

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Canoe & Kayak Magazine
Jan 31st, 2017

Kristen Peterson along the rugged Lake Superior shoreline of Isle Royale National Park Michigan. Aaron Peterson aaronpeterson.net @aaronpetersonphoto Just as Aaron Peterson points out that Lake Superior “is the dominant feature of the Upper Midwest and defines our weather and culture,” the Big Lake’s rugged and desolate shores have also shaped the photographer’s life and The post Photo of the Day | Aaron Peterson appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine....

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Canoe & Kayak Magazine
Jan 31st, 2017

Even with an ultra-wide-angle lens, the whale was so close that the photographer couldn’t fit the tip of its tail in the frame. The post This Whale is Very Curious and Very Real appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine....

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Canoe & Kayak Magazine
Jan 31st, 2017

British university students William McCreadie and George Parry discuss the recent completion of their 2,000-mile \'Golden Arc\' Caribbean sea kayak crossing of the Antilles. The post Across the Caribbean: 94 Days at Sea appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine....

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Canoe & Kayak Magazine
Jan 29th, 2017

Whitewater safety dogs, and kayaking from \'round the world in this week\'s paddling video week in review. The post Week in Review: January 27, 2017 appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine....

January 16, 2016 is a day that will forever be engrained into my head. I was walking into a run that we do all the time when my ...

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