Paddle Powered Adventure
Packing for an overnight paddling adventure always includes my sturdy blue Bill’s Bag dry bag, named for NRS Founder Bill Parks. I first used one two years ago on my second Lake Powell camping trip, courtesy of my mom. She received the bag as a Mother’s Day gift from my dad and, in true motherly
I don’t always want to be out alone but happiness definitely also exists when I am all by myself.
For a leisurely flatwater paddle on a warm day, I will always opt for bare feet. However, thanks to the traction these shoes will become a staple item on all my long distance and/or cold weather outings.
In order to select the type of board that will work best for you, you need to answer 3 main questions.
Although the mention of Idaho may evoke images of potatoes, Idaho is just as famous for its wilderness.
The first step is getting out there and finding out what works for you. Here are some tips to get you started.