A version of this article was first published in Paddling Magazine Issue 57. Continue reading “Sea Kayaks: The Real Problem with Rudders”
Not perfect. Better. Continue reading “Life and the Forward Stroke”
A few things we learned from life on the road..
This article was first published in Paddling Magazine Issue 58. Continue reading “The Final Answer on Feather Angle”
Chasing perfection. Continue reading “Coffee: Manual Madness”
The MSR Whisperlite has been around since 1984. I can’t believe I waited so long to buy one. Continue reading “Essential Outdoor Gear: MSR Whisperlite International Review”
As I write this the country is shutting down over COVID-19. I’m off work and Cristi and I are keeping close to home as per CDC recommendations. We have a lot of time on our hands. Continue reading “Goals are for Losers”
A simple project that will make your canoe easier to line and track in moving water. Continue reading “DIY: Canoe Lining Holes”
Critical systems up and running. Time for a deep clean.
Continue reading “This Old Casita–Ooooh that Smell”
I sat down at the sewing machine yesterday to crank out a bear spray holster. This simple sewing project will get you a better holster for about $10 worth of materials and an hour of sewing time. Continue reading “DIY: Bear Spray Holster”