What to take on a River Journey

To Bring:
Boat equip­ment:
tarp for roof, poles
fly or tarp for second boat
rope (a few types)
fish­ing rods
gaffe tape (for boat repairs and the like)
boat repair kit
air pump
bucket for toss­ing water out of boat
life jack­ets
water­proof pants, jacket and sandals
hel­met (if necessary)
boo­gie board for the floor
water­proof case for phone
Food equip­ment:
chilli bins and frozen water bottles
utensils (fork, spoon, plates, bowl) and knife
pegs
Cof­fee, tea, milk powder, salt, oil or butter
dish­wash­ing liquid and brush
toaster
Cook­ers and cook­ing equipment:
white spir­its cooker
white spir­its
gas cooker and gas
matches and lighter (in case the matches get wet)
wooden spoon, tongs and ladel
fry­ing pan
2x pots
strainer
Essen­tials:
toi­let paper
sunglasses and a big sunhat
sleep­ing bag and inner bag
pil­low (inflat­able one)
bed matt
head torch with new batteries
wal­let and cell­phone and money
knife
Sun­screen and zinc
Insect repel­lant
water­proof pack liner
water bottles
sand hop­pers (basic­ally shoes)
Misc:
plastic bags for dirty clothes
cards (500 pack)
Speaker and cable (charge before you go)
iphone\cellphone and headphones
Solar powered USB bat­tery char­ger and cables
pen and notepad
cam­era
books
Alco­hol
water­proof pack cover
 
Toi­letries:
– tooth brush and tooth paste
– deodor­ant
– sham­poo and soap
– plasters for blisters
– lip balm for cracked lips
Clothes
tshirts, shorts, jumper
water­proof jacket, pants
san­dals or crocs
togs
towel
For when you come out of the river (leave in the car):
Spare clothes and shoes