A five-part series on remote canoe expeditions by G.W. MartinPart 4 - Group and Cooking Supplies
This week my focus is going to be on the gear necessary for our group along with our cooking supplies. I am also going to go over what I
feel are some of the most useful and resourceful items on my list and some of their uses.
| Cooking Supplies |
cast aluminum 6 quart Dutch oven "GSI", forks, spoons, tin pie plate, 2 straight-sided sierra cups, spatula, medium channel locks "water pipes", chain 4-5 feet long, eye goggles "swimming", pair of long leather welding gloves, dish soap, 2 non metal scrub pads, honey bottle, spice kit and watch.
|Group Equipment canoes, paddles, life jackets, painters 25', tarp, Duluth packs, buckets with resealable lids, axe, axe sheath, bow saw, extra blade, saw sheath, emergency gasoline, water tight bottle, fire starters, polypro extra shirt, extra pull over, playing cards, pot, maps, boundary bag per pack, wire, sharpening stone, duct tape, canoe repair kit, boot, repair kit, crazy glue, extra parachute cord, magnesium fire starter, Filson wax, stuff sacks, round shallow containers, Gatorade liter bottles 1pp, extra bungee material, Gladlock bags, garbage bags, bug dope, latex gloves, laundry detergent, extra tumpline, waterproof camera , film, Dr Bronners, friction tape, sewing kit, Canadian money, contact cement, candles, lighters, magnifying glass, dental floss, extra batteries, cards, dice, small tape measure and scale, shit paper, aluminum foil, carabineers, climbing pulleys, fishnet, orange tape, stuff sack per bucket, extra fishing line and bobber.|
|Patrick and his Lake Trout|
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