Day 218: It’s a Wrap


This would have been a divine treat on trail.
I fondly remember the peanut butter and honey wraps on trail but if you have banana then by all means, you must add it. We never had banana on our outdoor leadership trips but I remember snagging banana chips one time.
The sweet crunch is not the same as a fresh banana.

Much like he TV show Life where the super smart detective is freed from jail–fresh fruit was holy.

At the end of our last trip for the semester we washed out canoes and waited for our drivers to get back with the cars.

After loading the canoes and gear onto the trailers our professor passed around bag of fresh apples and oranges. I could have eaten the whole bag of oranges.


Day Seventy-Eight: Canoeing Fashion

role model

The past couple of weeks I have been working towards my American Canoe Association (ACA) instructor certification. This past week we have been working on white water and I expect that I will fall in the water daily. So I have been wearing the most hideous water clothes that I can find.

The only part of this outfit I did not wear on water were the green Crocs. I wore some water Keens to ensure my footwear stayed on. Just for those who are slow of study, I am wearing at least three different patterns on my body. Four if you count the checkered bathing suit top I’m wearing underneath my striped tank top.

This color and pattern clash is similar to the way Kit dressed when I first met him and it amuses him to no end that I am dressing the same way that I loath.