As I am getting into the grove of writing again, I realized that there are a bunch of new readers here. I thought perhaps I should point out some good things to read. On the right hand side you will notice popular posts. Some good ones, there, but there are some that are missing. So I thought I would point some additional ones out, One of my favorite bloggers asked me a question a while back. Here is my response. I am really impressed with the way his skills have blossomed, and always enjoy reading his posts. I think this is one of the most important lists for any outdoors person, and this is my kayaking specific version. This used to be the most popular post on my site, which irked me based on the subject matter, but hey, everyone does it and you need to know how to do it in the backcountry. The Trick to make your whisperlite do what your whisperlite wasn't designed to do - use this info at your own risk. A simple little post about something we should all know more about. The great debate, I love the people that say you aren't a real kayaker if you have a particular one of these. Get over it, I use one, and I think I am a real kayaker. Super important post, but I am not a huge fan of this one, in fact I kind of cringe when I look at it. For a much better version of this lesson download my free book, which also has a link on the right. The simplest thing we do, with the oldest tool in the world. What to wear this fall on the water! Fall really is right around the corner.
I have a few things I am working on for you, a build project (all right a simple build), and I am starting work on a new book, which I am really excited about. I have a video I will post in a few days, a behind the scenes from Alaska last summer, and a couple of other tricks up my sleeve.
Is there something you would like me to write about? A post that needs updating, a stroke you want explained? Let me know.
I am curious what my friend Gecko thinks about these? He is an avid flyer and a GoPro user, how come he hasn't picked one up yet?