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Down to the waterline… What could go wrong?

Ever wonder how much stuff, crap, food, beer, and water can get stuffed into a Columbia 24? Here’s a partial list of what edibles went in today and most of the supplies already onboard:
  • 48 gallons of water (in 16, 3-gallon Aquabricks*)
    • Enough for 1.5-gallons of water per day
  • 180 days of breakfast supplies
    • 6, 56-oz cans of Nido powdered milk
    • 10, 1-lb bags Italian Roast coffee
    • 5, 20-oz bags Italian Roast coffee
    • 22, 40-oz bags Bob’s Red Mill Muesli*
  • Snacks
    • 60 assorted Cliff bars
    • 2 pounds of roasted almonds
    • 2 pounds of pistachios
  • Carbs
    • 9-lbs brown Jasmin rice
    • 3-lbs quinoa
    • 14 cans of beans
    • 4 cans of giant beans in tomato sauce
  • Alcohol (One beer in the afternoon and one Sundowner, max)
    • 56 assorted Boatswain beers from Trader Joes
    • 3, 1-liter Jameson Irish Whiskey
  • Beverages
    • 120 decaf Irish breakfast tea bags
    • 48 green tea bags
    • 50 misc tea bags 
    • 60 Emergen-C packets
  • Protein
    • 2 cans turkey spam
    • 9 cans of tuna
    • 1 can Roast beef
  • Canned Fruits and Veggies 
    • 2 cans pineapple
    • 6 cans of green chilies
  • Fresh Fruits and Veggies
    • Nothing yet, but I plan on adding potatoes, red and white onions, some sort of squash, oranges and whatever else I find at a farmer’s market. The Boat Galley* is my reference source for most of these ideas.
  • Cooking Supplies; As for cooking, I use a Forespare Mini-Galley 2000 sea-swing stove, a duel-fuel, single burner portable stove*, and a GoSun Sport* stove.
    • 36 packets chicken stock
    • 14 coconut oil packets for cooking
    • 1 jar virgin olive oil
    • 1 jar balsamic vinegar
    • 1 jar soy sauce
    • 4 types of Tobasco sauce
    • Mix of spices

More fresh provisions will be bought in Ensenada, Mexico when I clear into the country. I want a 30-day supply so that I don’t have to worry about anything while meandering down Baja’s Pacific coastline.

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