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Sunday, March 20, 2011
Adventure Egg tm
One of the items of interest at Canoecopia was simply dried eggs for camping. Big deal? Well, in a way. Not only did they tast good (there were samples at the booth), they were low in sodium, something that I find rare in dried camp food. (Other meals on the market have sodium levels above 1, 000. ) The equivalent of 5 dozen eggs would add less than 2 lbs. to your gear.
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So far, I have been a father, a husband, a father, a grandfather, a physician, jazz musician, an adjunct professor at a university, taught judo for 3+ decades, fine-arts black and white photographer, mediator, ham radio operator, SCUBA diver, great lakes sailor, ACA level 4 coastal open water kayak instructor. In these pages I hope to share some of what I've learned doing those things.If, on occaision, you feel your leg being pulled, so much the better.
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