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Entries filed under 'paddling'

    Camp Recipe: Cooking Kabobs and Rice on the BioLite Wood-Burning Stove

    cooking-riceI love having hot food to help satiate the hunger that comes from miles of spring paddling while in the chilly New England air. Today's outdoor recipe is to cook chicken kabobs and rice using the new BioLite wood-burning stove. ...

    Posted by Dane Tullock on April 17, 2013 8:30 AM & Tagged BioLite stove, cooking, food and paddling | permalink | Comments

    Popular Apps for Paddlers

    filePart 4 of our smartphone apps review: This time, handy apps for kayakers, rowers and canoeists. While you may get squeamish at the idea of your smartphone flirting with water, there are a number of apps eager to enhance your water play. Fortunately, there are also waterproof cases galore to help shelter your precious sidekick. Remember, these cases may not be able to prevent every sort of gadget-over-board disaster. And even with the "smartest" phone by your side, don't rely on it for anything ...

    Posted by Francesca K on September 28, 2011 2:53 PM & Tagged Rowing, apps, canoeing, kayaking, paddling and smartphone | permalink | Comments

    Guidepost: REI.com's New Trail-Locating Service

    fileREI.com has just introduced Guidepost, a new trail-finding resource primarily for hiking, but also for cycling, climbing, paddling and numerous other outdoor pursuits. Here's the scoop on this new service: Where to find it: Near the top of any page on REI.com, click the LEARN tab, then click Guidepost in the green bar that appears below the main tab. What it offers: REI's Guidepost taps into content supplied by Trails.com, an aggregator of route descriptions found in outdoor guidebooks ...

    Posted by T.D. Wood on May 13, 2011 6:20 PM & Tagged Cycling, Guidepost, Hiking, Travel, guidebooks, national parks, paddling and trails | permalink | Comments

    The San Juan Islands: A Kayaker's Paradise

    For many of us who live here in Washington state, we know what a gem we have in the San Juan Islands. The San Juans are located northwest of Seattle in the Salish Sea. Easily accessible by ferry or plane, they are are a perfect getaway for a long weekend or an extended vacation, especially if you have any interest in kayaking. The San Juan archipelago has gorgeous scenery and incredible wildlife including orca whales, harbor seals, bald eagles and Dall’s porpoises. And if that wasn’t enough, ...

    Posted by Belinda G on August 3, 2010 4:09 PM & Tagged REI Adventures, Travel, Weekend Getaways, kayaking, paddling and san juan islands | permalink | Comments

    The San Juan Islands: A Kayaker's Paradise

    For many of us who live here in Washington state, we know what a gem we have in the San Juan Islands. The San Juans are located northwest of Seattle in the Salish Sea. Easily accessible by ferry or plane, they are are a perfect getaway for a long weekend or an extended vacation, especially if you have any interest in kayaking. The San Juan archipelago has gorgeous scenery and incredible wildlife including orca whales, harbor seals, bald eagles and Dall’s porpoises. And if that wasn’t enough, ...

    Posted by Belinda G on August 3, 2010 4:09 PM & Tagged REI Adventures, Travel, Weekend Getaways, kayaking, paddling and san juan islands | permalink | Comments

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