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Meals must be served regularly if it is humanly possible, even if they only consist of canned soup and a sandwich. Morale, as well as the continuing physical strength of your crew, demands this. People will need telling that they should turn in to their bunks for rest periods. If you don't insist on them doing this, they'll stay in 'the fresh air' until apathy and hypothermia reduce them to liability status.
This time it was open, we were happy to see, and we had our duck and a carafe or two of the local Buzet wine. From soup to dessert, served from a pastry cart that was a monument to gourmandism, it was a proper celebration for our last evening on the canal. The price for this four-course masterpiece 14 Euros, or about 17.80 each. The highly regarded Buzet wine, served by the carafe as the house wine, was equally inexpensive.
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For clothcs, the canoeist may be advised to take an every-day suit for wearing ashore, as well as his usual knickerbockers, stockings, shoes, jersey, and cap for wearing afloat. For provisions, should the cruise be intended to extend over a couple of weeks, in localities where shops are never heard of, an extra supply of everything should be taken, but not so much as to have a superfluity of any one thing. Tea, coffee, or cocoa, according to choice, can be taken preserved milk, bread, butter, tins of meat, soup, and fruit matches should be kept in an empty pickle bottle corkscrew, and many other little articles which suggest themselves to the requirements of the would-be voyageur but it is a well-known fact that the oftener one goes cruising, the fewer unneces-saries are taken.
Keep flasks of hot soup handy in cold weather, at night or in heavy weather and arrange to cat main meals, if possible, when you are at anchor or in port. It is useful to keep high protein energy-giving food in a plastic container dried fruit, cake and chocolate are ideal. Whenever possible, arrange for cooking to be shared by all crew members and try to give those who are easily seasick the opportunity to do their share when in port or at anchor. When cooking, keep liquids stowed securely. Make sure anyone cooking knows how to use the stove and that they take care not to let clothes, pans and so on catch fire. When cooking in heavy seas, the cooks should wear oilskins, seaboots and rubber gloves, as protection from scalds or burns, as well as strapping themselves in. if they think it is necessary.
During severe weather the best place for everyone except the lookout or helmsman is below in the cabin. During the days before leaving the harbor, you or one of the crew or yard workers presumably screwed down all the floorboards. There are restraints (fiddles or strings) on all the shelves, and the pots and pans and loose things in the galley are tucked away after each meal. Each drawer should have a generous toggle or strong hardware to keep it closed, and underneath lockers should have their toggles in place. Even the chart table lid should have a positive closing latch of some kind. In a storm the motion can be severe, and it's not the time to upset the crew with flying books, a potful of hot soup, or missiles from the tool drawer.
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