What does this article have to do with staying warm?
I do understand the value of Down (goose Down) and or Hydrofill coats but what does this have to do with any kind of paddling? I know about about paddling in the cold - I paddle year round here in Connecticut, in and out of the ice slush and flows in the New England rivers - ice, snow, sleet, rain - even a whiteout - done it all but this article had no value here.
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Posted by: old_user on Jan-20-10 1:16 PM (EST)
I thought it would be neat to just write up a non-paddling winter article on how I'm keeping warm this winter. We don't do much paddling in Canada in the winter but lots of winter camping. That's what the basis of the story is about.
Posted by: NotoriousB-O-B on Jan-21-10 8:25 PM (EST)
... Kevin. You haven't been paid, nor will you for that...correct? I certainly hope not. Is that a future goal and this is leading up to that? Or is it genuine? Or is it the only manufacturer tested? Be real.
Posted by: old_user on Jan-21-10 10:04 PM (EST)
If this is all you can write, I'll make it a point to NOT read anything by you again, particularly your books. Spam is spam even when sold by another name.
Posted by: old_user on Jan-23-10 8:55 AM (EST)
There's no story here. Non paddling article (advertisement)on one single outdoor gear manufacturer?? Come on....
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Posted by: old_user on Jan-21-10 8:37 AM (EST)
This is not the first, but many more of these and I won't be comming to Paddling Net for news and interesting articles.
Posted by: old_user on Jan-23-10 11:20 AM (EST)
I understand all your comments but, to be quite honest, it was just an article on stuff I got for myself to stay warm this winter. They were gifts to me, which was comical I thought. My family is always joking about how cold I get now in the winter. I kind of thought it was a funny piece with a bit if good info on gear I like added to it. I guess I won't be doing that again.