Ozzycamperboy wrote:Mate, from your post you sound like the kinda person who isn't afraid of roughing it, so for a 2-3 day canoe trip, i'd be leaving the tent and swag at home, and praying it doesn't rain . And even if it does, your only going to get wet once you get back in the canoe anyways .
I'd be going with just a light weight tarp to keep the dew off, set up with a few sticks and string, a basic mat, or mattress if you've got the room, and another tarp to 'wrap' yourself in if it does start to rain. And of course a sleeping bag.
But if I had to choose between your option 1 or 2, i'd go 2. Swags are just such less hassle than even a hiking tent, and I'm pretty sure you can get compact swags.
Actually, like this - http://cgi.ebay.com.au/Motorbike-Biker- ... dZViewItem
Looks half the size of mine
Scolers, showing offâ€¦â€¦ reliving the adventure maybeâ€¦..itâ€™s a bit like this forum, the next best thing to being out there.
So when are you moving the East Coast?
Beats TV any day
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