Looks like that great little red canoe is bringing you lots of joy and will continue to do so for many years to come. It's great going camping in the back woods without having to worry so much about the weight.
With the recent rains and subsequent flooding the water was not ideal for fishing, despite these challenging conditions Dan hooked up on a nice pan sized flathead on the return paddle.
Well said to whoever it was who said oowwwww when the camp oven was opened. I oowwed right along with you. Kayaks, and or conoes, push bikes and backpacking go so well together with hammock camping. It kind of seems natural to get into all of them in order to increase the joys of hanging out in a hammock. Plus, with kayaks, you can take more stuff along to allow for bigger cook ups. Thanks for the video!
Wonderful. I have shared your adventure with the folks on the canoe board I belong to. I know they will very much enjoy your vids!
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SPAM hat)))))) Loved that.
Somehow missed parts 1 and 2.
Will find them and eyeball the red canoe adventures.
Nice to see you fellers out and floating.
Awesome fellas! Loved it.
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