My recent book for those who enjoy great kayak camping and tasty food. With the weekend adventurer in mind I have included some common sense advice and tips on how to get the most out of your camping experiences. Everything from where to place your tent to first aid tips and trip planning information as well as several easy to make camping meals to round out your trip in style.
The Hungry Kayaker, a common sense guide to cooking and camping is available on Amazon, Friesenpress online bookstore, and your local bookstore.
Dreaming in Nuchatlitz – a paddling journey This is my chronicle of a trip to the northern tip of Nootka Island with a group of friends on a two-week long kayaking tour of the marvelous place known as Nuchatlitz.If you have ever wondered what four guys do when blowing off steam on a kayaking trip, this is the book for you. Though some of the antics are fueled by bad behaviour and goofiness the spirit of the place we traveled is not lost in the campfire smoke.Filled with historical tidbits, some wobbling group dynamics and ever-watchful ghosts of hte past present and future Dreaming in Nuchatlitz is an honest guide to an area little known, but a paddlers dream. Available through Amazon and the Trafford Publishing online bookstore.http://bookstore.trafford.com/Products/SKU-000166115/Dreaming-in-NuchatLitz.aspx
Barefoot & Num nums is a cookbook inspired by the real comfort of being barefoot with a big bowl of something good to eat. This recipe collection features one of my favorite things especially on kayak trips, soup! And not just any soups, the ten best comfort soups. Each recipe is easy to create and accompanied with rich photos. They are easy to make, easy to store and delicious. Ranging from Curried Yam and Potato to a heart-warming Pea Soup, and what would a book of soups be without a good old-fashioned Chicken Soup recipe.
Head over to Blurb.com to see inside the pages of Barefoot and Num Nums.