A little planning goes a long way…
What to wear when you’re living in a tiny house on the road chasing outdoor adventures. Continue reading “Clothes for the Road”
Tippy kayaks are tippy. Stable kayaks are stable. Seriously.
Continue reading “Sea Kayaks: There is No Such Thing as Secondary Stability”
A couple weeks ago I helped somebody put a rubber hatch cover on a Perception kayak and remembered that we did this video a few years back when I worked for Pyranha. Good technique for any tight fitting oval kayak hatch.
The other day I was flipping through old photos and came across a picture of my friend Dana standing on the beach with a couple of Nordkapps, watching the surf. The beach is at the mouth of the Pic River on the Canadian shore of Lake Superior. The surf had just given me an epic beatdown.
It’s 11:15 PM on a Friday night when we pull up to the ferry landing at Northport in Door County. Mark and I begin to unload sea kayaks and gear for a weekend tour from my Honda Civic. The weather is cool–what you would expect from the first weekend of October–and the wind is moving the tips of trees above our heads. Continue reading “Rock Island Rendezvous”