Canoeing Essentials

Oranges. You must have oranges.

Even if you don’t have a Tilley, you need to bring oranges.

Everyone knows why!



list from yesterday’s creek trip

– Last Updated: Jul-24-06 9:45 AM EST –

On Me:

Gerber Multi-tool
hooked blade Spyderco folding knife
closed toe water shoes
quick dry shorts and shirt

Contents of a medium sized clear dry bag:

Extensive first aid kit
2 mylar blankets
Tiny vise grips
2 Led headlights
1 small hand LED
2 lighters
WP matches
Wax and cotton fire starters
Sewing kit
Hand sanitizer
Insect repellant
Small stove and small gas cartridge
2 large garbage bags
Rain poncho
2 calumes
Zip ties
Assorted cord and line
Pin kit
Heat packets
Toilet paper
Duct tape
Water tablets
Granoloa and M&M bars
Cell phone
Map of the area
Other small odds ‘n ends

Items attached to the canoe:

15’ painters bungied to bow and stern
Air bags bow and stern
Spare paddle
Sun hat
2 liters of water
80’ throw bag

Cheap sunglasses
"Now go out and get yourself some big black frames

With the glass so dark thay wont even know your name

And the choice is up to you cause they come in two classes:

Rhinestone shades or cheap sunglasses

Oh yeah, oh yeah, oh yeah"

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