My 'folder' is a 17' long sea kayak. It is a 'skin on frame' type of folding kayak. It comes in a bag (or two bags) designed to fit airplane size/weight baggage requirements. This one fits into two bags about 35 pounds each.
Okay, here's how I build it. Step 1: Find a shady spot. Step 2: Assemble the aluminum frame inside the skin. That's basically it.
In about thirty minutes or forty minutes, it begins to actually look like it might be seaworthy.
Then I put the boat up on top. I keep it up there during the boating season ready for a fast and convenient trip to the lake.
Through a dirty windshield, you can see the lake just on up ahead.
I'm waiting for Linda to quit taking pictures of me and jump in the front seat. I'm ready to do some paddling!
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