December Paddle on The Meramec River

by James on December 30, 2010


Stuff White People Like – #128 Camping

February 10, 2010

Cate sent me a link to this… it’s hilarious. If you find yourself trapped in the middle of the woods without electricity, running water, or a car you would likely describe that situation as a “nightmare” or “a worse case scenario like after plane crash or something.” White people refer to it as “camping.” [...]

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LOST Final Season Videos

February 2, 2010

Dumpsters 4 Cheap

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On down the river

November 30, 2009

John and John headed out this morning. Check the forum for more photos.

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Gransfors Bruks and Wetterlings Axe Photos

November 21, 2009
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Pelican 1510 Carry On Watertight Equipment Case Review

November 17, 2009

It’s always hard waiting for a new piece of kit to arrive. There is a lot of nervous anticipation and frequent checking of the mailroom until finally when the magic day arrives, you can scarcely believe that the package you were waiting for has actually materialized. At the same moment by some unknown method, the [...]

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Werner Bandit Carbon Paddle Review

November 13, 2009

I got home the other day and found a tall skinny box propped up next to my door. I was a bit confused at first because the box was only 5×5” and about 60” tall. It didn’t look like a paddle would fit. The shipping label read Werner and I realized that a 20mm (7.87 [...]

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Brunton Profile Duo Stove

November 13, 2009

I’ve done a bit of cooking on the Brunton Profile Duo Stove and now I’m ready to give it a proper review. Let’s start at the beginning. The stove comes in a nice box with cool graphics. I own a marketing and design company so I should know. Once it’s out of it’s pretty packaging [...]

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Gifts For Your Special Paddler

November 5, 2009

I thought I’d start a holiday gift guide for the canoe gear. You can refer your significant others to this list so they know what to get you for the holidays. The first item is something every paddler needs. It’s also my favorite new piece of kit. The Werner Bandit Carbon Paddle. I’ve got a [...]

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Paddling With Bear

October 1, 2009

Yesterday, I had the opportunity to go paddling with Bear Bass, the owner of Ozark Outdoors canoe rental. We had a long conversation about drinking on the Courtois and Huzzah Creeks and talked about getting together some interpretive family trips to teach people about the wildlife and geology of the Meramec and its watershed. I [...]

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