The hilarity which ensues on a canoe trip involving Kevin Callan continues. Here we start the day with coffee (obviously) but it’s Kevin’s turn to drop it. This is a technique I learned from a Norwegian I met in a remote hut high up in the mountains, while undertaking a ski tour. It works really well in kettles and camp cooking pots which have a bit of depth to them – the classic billy can.
It turns out to be harder than it looks but Kevin gets there in the end, with the right result – fresh coffee without grounds floating around in it. After coffee, Kevin shows his on-river clothing and personal equipment, and highlights some differences to what he normally wears in Canada. Then we are off down the river for some more paddling. Along the way Kevin highlights some features of historical interest such as Telford‘s iron bridge across the river at Craigellachie.
Scotland’s Spey River Paddle & Whisky Tour – Part 9
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Previous Sections Of This Series
Watch part 1 here: Watch Canoeing The River Spey With Kevin, Ray & Justine Curgenven – part 1
Watch part 2 here: Canoeing The Spey With Kevin, Ray & Justine part 2 – A Few Campfire Tricks
Watch part 3 here: Canoeing The Spey With Kevin, Ray & Justine part 3 – River Safety
Watch parts 5 and 6 here: Canoeing The Spey With Kevin, Ray & Justine parts 5 and 6 – Where Does The Whisky Come From?
Watch part 8 here: Canoeing The Spey With Kevin, Ray & Justine part 8 – The Washing Machine
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