Putting Your Canoe Away For The Winter:

By , published on November 19, 2012
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Winter Storage Tips and Solutions by John Gall, Johnny’s Boat Shop, Huntsville  Now that you’ve finished that fall canoe trip, it’s time to put your canoe into storage for the winter. While there are specific steps for different hull and trim types, I will start with a common step I do to every canoe that…

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Canoeing Traditions :: Kirk Wipper

By , published on September 20, 2012
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Traditions vary among paddlers. Depending on what camp you come from, a song may have a few words that differ here and there from another camp. And as you grow older, traditions evolve and change. You may even find yourself singing John Denver or Meat Loaf tunes with your kids instead of camp songs. (Or,…

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Backcountry Recipes by Dave Stabler

By , published on July 29, 2012
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After posting Laurie March’s blog today about Camp Cooking in a Restricted Fire Zone we received an email from R. Dave Stabler, Fraserville, Ontario.  Dave also loves cooking in the backcountry with his outback oven and wanted to share some of his experiences and recipes with us.  Below is an exert from Dave’s email to…

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Camp Cooking in a Restricted Fire Zone

By , published on July 26, 2012
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Last week Algonquin Provincial Park was declared a “Restricted Fire Zone” which essentially means that fires of any kind, even for cooking, are not permitted within the park boundaries including all car campgrounds and the interior. This also encompasses the use of wood burning stoves, charcoal, and any stove that does not have a control…

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