greginkw wrote:Common sense, intelligence and probably most important, experience.
More is better because the farther away you are, the better prepared you should be. Otherwise, you will be more tempted to make a bad decision because of the inconvenience of going back. Also, getting an injured student to medical attention becomes more problematic.JGTR wrote:greginkw wrote:Common sense, intelligence and probably most important, experience.
Yeah great except question was about EQUIPMENT not personal qualities and attributes but thanks for your input
I want to travel as light as possible so the raft isn't really suitable - plus the tide comes in fast (stays shallow) so I'd be constantly having to run back and get it.
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