Cat's in the Kayak Update #2 Tuesday, 05 September 2006
So we cleaned out the hatches that stunk the other day and the ammonia is enough to raise Aunt Bee from the dead. We think that the smell has gotten into the foam bulkhead in the day and rear hatch. We are now looking to more aggressive cleaning techniques. Somebody gave us a suggestion of sealing up the hatches with charcoal to absorb the smell. They use it to take out the dead body smell of murder scenes... It might work. I will keep you posted...
Off to teach this weekend Tuesday, 05 September 2006
Off to teach a Paddle Canada Level 2 skills course this weekend. We are heading to Mallorytown Landing in the 1000 Islands just east of Kingston, Ontario. From there, we are heading out to Grenadier Island for the camping portion of the program. For the Google earth fans out there, you can download the KMZ file of our location. This is just in case you want to spy on us. Grenadier Island Group Campsite 06/09/2006,22:30 537 bytes
The most disgusting thing just happened... Monday, 04 September 2006
I work part time at a camping store in Toronto, Ontario. A staff taking back boats in our kayak rental program got quite a shock this past weekend. Apparently a couple of customers out on a trip decided that they needed to bring their cat along with them. Now every cat needs a litter box so rather then use the great outdoors, they decided to use the front hatch of our little boat! They were really nice in that they didnâ€™tâ€™ even clean it up before returning it. They tried to keep it hidden be not opening up the hatch to dry out. Who are these people! Do you have a comment? Post it below.