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Informational: Boating Safety's Five Golden Rules

…rescue you, they can assist you. At the very least, go for help. 5. Bring backup. If you’re boating where there’s cell service, bring your phone, waterproofed of course. Purchase, and practice with, the safety gear designed for your type of water sport. Create a “boater’s…

Informational: Fall Boating Safety

…in Your Lifejacket: Vehicle keys, whistle, knife, lighter or waterproof matches, fire starters (cotton balls soaked in Vaseline are good), and an energy bar. * Good Things to Have in Your Boat: Pack a small dry bag with your cell phone if there’s reception in the area, some warm clothes, first…

Informational: How to Prepare for Medical Emergencies When Boating

…For example; if you are going on a day trip near roads and civilization, a cell phone may be sufficient. However, if you are in remote areas for extended periods of time, you may need to consider bringing a satellite phone or Personal Locator Beacon (PLB). Paddlers traveling in marine environments…

Informational: Clyde's 2006 Grand Canyon Blog

phone. The ice and the phone were the best bargains — $1.00 for 3 liter block (frozen in the lemonade concentrate containers) or $1.50 for a big bag of cube ice. We bought ice and some were able to place phone calls. KT, Arthur wasn’t able to get through and Shauna and Zeke, your phone

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