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"Vocation ALL ADVENTURERS: EXPEDITION-RATED KAYAK KNOWS NO FEAR " Built for Raging Whitewater or Open-Water Wilderness Touring. Are you a candidly adventurer? If your idea of a perfect weekend means harrowing treks and trips that make others blanch you definitely qualify. Explorer Kayaks Can: Zoom fearlessly down Class IV rapids Traverse miles of wilderness rivers to spend weeks at primitive campsites Fly fish improbable trout streams other fishermen can t get to Carry easily on a small plane to impossibly obscure fishing or camping sites Why are Sea Eagle Explorers the top choice of Wilderness Adventures? On-the-fly pliancy: handles wet OR dry conditions with ease What do you do when the placid river you re kayaking becomes a free-for-all of rapids? If you re in an ordinary dry-only kayak with no drains you must either portage your occupation or get ready to sit in several inches of cold water. Similarly a common wet-only kayak s permanently open drains let water in even in dead-calm bear scrutiny. The Sea Eagle Explorer Kayak is ready for wet OR dry conditions with four extra-large easily convertible drains. Drains OPEN the vocation bails itself in rough whitewater conditions. Drains CLOSED they don t let a drop of water in so you and your cargo stay comfortably dry in calm distilled water. And worst case even filled to the gunwales with water the Explorer Kayak still floats. Double-Floor Protection The Sea Eagle Explorer Kayak is as hard-nosed ' as nails and as rugged as the men and women who choose it. Stem to stern it s constructed of tough 1000 denier polyester-supported outrageous-pressure fabric with quadruple-thickness electronic-welded seams. How tough is the Explorer Kayak? In torture testing we pounded it mercilessly with the catch of a claw hammer. It had no effect. Neither did stabbing it with a screwdriver. We simply couldn t penetrate the crocodile hide hull. Fabric you can hit with a hammer Would you hit an inflatable boat with a claw hammer? We hit the hull 1000 denier hull material in
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The Kayak Companion
Don't get caught without a paddle... Filled with nearly 100 photos and illustrations, this must-have guide-written by the foremost paddlesports experts-gives the aspiring canoe or kayak adventurer everything he or she needs to know before taking the plunge. Inside, discover how to choose between buying a canoe or a kayak, understand paddling techniques and strokes, and find out how to plan a trip and choose an outfitter or guide.
Get paddling! Joe Glickman, a two-time member of the US National Marathon Kayak Team, fills this kayaking primer with expert advice and plenty of encouragement. Beginners will benefit from Glickman’s clear descriptions of the basic techniques of sea, touring, and recreational kayaking, while experienced kayakers will find insightful tips on navigation, troubleshooting, and boat assessment. Enlivened by delightful stories of Glickman’s personal kayaking adventures, this fun and informative guide will inspire kayakers of all types to get out on the water and enjoy the ride.
For months I had been under threat by Mark, the trip co-ordinator, that his “kit” would include a saw blade, in case my 18’ kayak proved too long to load. Arrival, with the boat fully intact, was its own satisfaction. Likely, the others enjoyed preoccupations that were different and less prescient. Of course, the view of Saglek from the aircraft was its own confirmation of why we were here. But it would not be the only proof that we had Inscribed, also in bronze, is a Letter of Reply from the people of Hebron and Nutak. It states: “We have waited 45 painful years for this apology, and we accept it because we want the pain and the hurting to stop. Hearing your apology helps us to move on. ” “When we, the Inuit of Nutak and Hebron, were evicted from our homes, we carried with us much that is precious and good: the spirit of our ancestors, the beauty of our land, the treasure of our language... These are the things that we want to pass on to our children in a spirit of humility and forgiveness. While I will admit that any pretensions to being a seasoned scout disappeared by day two of the expedition, I took some comfort (in case we were marooned) in having located place names like Harp Peninsula, Cod Bag Island, Napaktot (Black Duck)... No one needed reminding that, within a few mere weeks, the first blushes of snow might be seen, changing the landscape again The next morning, an anxious reluctance confirmed that it was time to head the kayaks north, by another circuitous route... A dozen or so gigantic icebergs hid inside Takkatat F at Torngat Mountains Base Camp and Research Station was both brief and deliberate. With fog capping the mountains at Saglek Bay, a phone call to the helpful Manager of the Camp — who met us at the very start — produced a Zodiac. A short boat trip began to the northern part of Saglek Bay, providing a chance to satisfy a long-held curiosity as to the conveniences afforded visitors to Torngat Mountains National Park. A community of yurts and tents, including a large version of the traditional Labrador variety with comfortable elevated beds, greeted our arrival. Showers, a fine meal, and a gathering place where we could hang out, read, or just relax, also contrasted with the service-less demands of camping. Each one effortlessly created harmony and gave mimic to the elements, to the forces that created the This is surely a complex and challenging land. It may well be a place where humility is the best survival instinct. Yet, in its barrenness, it still leaves room for Labrador tea, for mushrooms and grasses and plants, for the ubiquitous black bear and for the much rarer polar bear (about which much could be said, but will be left for another telling). I listen to Pete Soucey today on VOCM. He said the emails he is getting about the protesters of Muskrat Falls, it is nasty, toxic stuff, and he has thoughts of having the email address deleted or else collect the comments and compile it and let the world know. I have been impressed with Pete, as a sensible, reasonable, thoughtful Nflder, and well informed. Pete,The real person behind the Snook character. Sadly, what he suggests is that there is a high rate of racism and or bigotry in our Nfld population. Given that many of us have been isolated for centuries from other world cultures, it should not be surprising. Thankfully people like Pete and Des Sullivan help educate and inform and move us on the path to progress, open mindedness, and enlightenment. Ray Guy spent his life at this, and I would like to think he had some success. As to protesters at MF, it seems the government has blinked. Goes to show what a few people with courage can do. Of note , the Labrador people still struggle for respect and equality. Protests at Muskrat escalate. Surprised that the Telegram question today shows Nflders are equally split on whether or not they support the protesters, at about 50 percent of support. Frankly, that suggests considerable support. If Islanders really understood the culture and connection to the land and wildlife for Labrador people, the support would be even higher. Is Them Days required reading for our schools yet. For those who need to have the veil.
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