Fine trip report and pix, Al.
You have a fine eye for framing the pix.
(There must be a pretty good camera in front of that eye also)
I like the way you go on longer trips than most on here can, and show the results.
Jeanie and I arrived in Reno a few hours ago, and will be here at the Peppermill for a few days.
regards, as always, jefe
Sleepy, jmc and kohldad;
The Kayak is made by Advanced Elements in CA. It is inflatible. The kayak itself stores in a large dufflebag, about 50 lbs, which I store in the backseat (the duffel is maybe 20 x 30 inches). I store the rest of the stuff, paddles, lifevests, pump in the Thule. It takes me about 15 mins to setup and 30 mins to put away (longer due to drying and cleaning). It can be put away wet but shuold be dried within a few days. It is very stable and has a tough outside.Advanced Elements Kayak
Here is the link. PM me if you wish more information.
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