- Pack and Pack Cover (or strong trash bag)
- Tent and Groundcloth
- Sleeping Bag – 20 degree rated
- Sleeping Pad
- Stove and Repair Kit
- Fuel for Stove: approx. 16 oz/week
- Cook Kit: w/pot lifter & stir spoon
- Eating Utensils: bowl, spoon & mug
- Biodegradable Soap & Scrubbie
- Water Bottles, minimum 2 liters/quarts or “bladder” style container
- Water Purification System; Pump, Iodine Tablets or Crystals
Sagamore has teamed up with expert instructors endorsed by JP Ross Fly Rods of Utica. They have worked for such respected companies as Remington Arms & the Orvis Company and have been featured on EPSN and the Outdoor Life network. This program covers the skills of casting, reading water, determining trout lies, observing trout feeding patterns & identifying insects. Learn to tie your own flies, then test your skills on Sagamore Lake.
July 22-24, 2005
Sept 23-25, 2005
Instructor: Rising Trout Outfitters
Fee: $425 per person; includes accommodations, meals, equipment, instruction
Homemade Backpacker Bars
- 1 1/2 cups butter
- 1 1/2 cups brown sugar
- 1 cup quick cooking oats
- 1 cup whole wheat flour
- 1 cup white flour
- 1/2 cup wheat germ
- 4 tsp grated orange peel
- 4 eggs (lightly beaten)
- 2 cups whole almonds
- 1 cup chocolate chips
- 1/2 cup chopped dates
- 1/2 cup chopped dried apricots
- 1/2 cup shredded coconut
This restoration program offers instruction in restoring an old canoe to its previous splendor. Each student may bring their own canoe, or one will be provided. The instructor will assess each canoe and students will proceed to restore or replace the needed parts. By end of the week the canoe will be re-canvassed and ready to take home for the finishing work. The instructor must have a prior conversation with the canoe owner to determine the materials needed and the feasibility of restoration in the allotted time. If a canoe is provided by Sagamore for restoration, it will remain as part of the Sagamore fleet for use in their educational programs. (Minimum two boats)
September 16-23, 2005
Instructor: Pam Wedd
Fee: tba; includes accommodations, meals, instruction, most materials
Honey Granola Bars
- 1 1/4 cups quick-cooking oats
- 1/4 cup whole wheat flour
- 1/4 cup toasted wheat germ
- 1/4 cup honey (plus 2 tablespoons)
- 1/3 cup raisins (or chopped dried apricots)
- Dash of cinnamon
Combine the oats, flour, wheat germ, and cinnamon, and stir to mix well. Add the honey, and stir until the mixture is moist and crumbly. Fold the raisins or apricots in.
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WHAT IS LIFE WITHOUT ADVENTURE!
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Canoe and hike in the perfect Adirondack autumn. Meet others who accept nature as their path to revitalization and renewal. Spend time with other women friends. Spend time in solitude. Spend time in learning. Create an unforgettable weekend.
September 17-19, 2005
Instructor: Jen Hunter
Fee: $335 per person; includes accommodations, meals, and guided trips for the whole weekend.
Please, Please, Please help me. I need all the information and or contacts any of you have regarding how to stop a power company from destroying wetland woods and building a high voltage transmission line across the middle of a 5 acre lake surrounded by wetland woods on the 150 acres that me and my husband Dennis own in Hardin County Kentucky. The very same wetland area where #7 Whooping Crane visited for 2 days this spring! (If you don’t know about Whooping Cranes visit these web sites: www.operationmigration.org and www.bringbackthecranes.com There are only about 200 in the wild today. I also have hundreds of Sandhill Cranes in the spring and always ducks and geese, deer and turkeys. This area drains 400 acres into our lake and I fear the chemicals used to kill the vegetation in the right of way will cause a major fish kill of the bluegill, bass and catfish that the state of KY stocked the pond with.
In this partner’s course, you will build your own cedar canvas canoe, using techniques and tools from the 1800’s. On the first day white cedar ribs will be steam bent over a form. Thin cedar planking will then be shaped and hand tacked to the ribs. Once off the form, planking is finished, decks are installed and the wooden shell is covered with tightly stretched cotton canvas. The canvas is then filled, and seats, thwarts, yoke and stembands are installed. In our “spare time” we will learn to hand cane the seats as well as painting and varnishing techniques and tool sharpening.
The canoe will be structurally complete by the end of the course, ready for varnishing and painting, to be done by the student at home. The completed canoe will weigh 55-60 lb, with the option of a Dacron covering instead of canvas for an additional saving of 5+lb.