Kayak Campouts

  • Jan 18, 2014 · 9:00 AM

Use the new techniques you just learned at the Thursday Lectures out in the world.  Join us on a monthly kayak camping outing to relax and enjoy the outdoors while learning new things.

3rd weekend Saturday/Sunday campout

- Oct. 19-20 Camping from your kayak "cutting through the hype"

- Nov. 23-24 Cooking while camping "freeze dried verse fresh"

- Dec. 21-22 Cold weather clothing "stacking layers"

- Jan. 18-19  I'm exposed "heat gain and heat loss"

- Feb. 22-23  Fire, Fire, Fire "warmth plus a whole lot more

- Mar. 22-23  Night time navigating "finding your way in the dark"

- Apr. 19-20 Signaling Devices "drawing attention"

- May 17-18 Summer Camping "how to keep your cool"

$49. With own boat.  $99 with Rental

Reservations Required.  Space is limited Reservation or Refund deadline is Thursday before trip. Payment is required with reservation.  Times and dates subject to change.

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  • Jeff F.

    We demonstrated the strengths and limitations of gear. Discussed several solutions to fix problems. Then we focused on how to prevent exposure. In our philosophy it is good to know how to respond to a wilderness medical emergency like: Dehydration, Heat Illnesses, Heat Stress, Hypothermia, Sea Ulcers, Sun Poisoning, Sunburn, and our favorite Immersion Injuries. However, avoiding a situation that will possibly cause a problem is always better.

    At all of our campouts we reflect on past topics. Sean and I make copious amounts of food. And stay well hydrated around the campfire.

    January 21, 2014

  • Jeff F.

    I’m Exposed Heat gain and Loss Lecture Campout

    We cannot control the weather; however we can prepare for exposure to prolong our fun outside. Some small inexpensive items help prevent exposure from moving beyond slight discomfort into a wilderness survival issue. At the last Thursday night lecture (at Osprey Bay Outdoors), and following Saturday overnight campout Sean and I showcased some of our favorite quick relief recipes to stave off exposure.

    January 21, 2014

  • Michael E.

    Wish I could but I have a little more healing to do. In a few months I hope to go.

    1 · January 15, 2014

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