Tuesday, January 7, 2014

Keeping the Inside Dry and the Outside Wet (Mark) Article #2

Rating: ****
             This article I found very insightful on canoeing, it says that you should always have your body perpendicular with the water, especially if you are a beginner. This helps avoid falling in. this whole article talks about how if you position yourself right in the canoe than you will never fall in.

               I found that this article was helpful and when I canoed before I never really thought about where my body should be as much as I did where my paddle should be and how it moves. I will definitely try this out the next time I go canoeing and I would also recommend this article for anyone who doesn’t know how to canoe or who keeps falling in.

Darren Bush. “Keeping the Inside Dry and the Outside Wet.” Art of Manliness N.p.,

          2012. Web. 2 Jan. 2014 < http://www.artofmanliness.com/2012/05/07/canoeing-
          keeping-the-inside-dry-and-the-outside-wet/> 

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