Gadgets & Adventures
From James Humecky, Narada’s nephew
My earliest memories of Narada are from when I was about six years old: he was living in Alaska then. He was always a rugged, self-sufficient type and he came down to our house in Soldotna. He was showing us all these gadgets; he had a camper and he showed us how he could make bread in tin cans in the oven. He built his own kayak and then kayaked down the Kenai River; I remember going to watch him from a bridge as he went under on the river. This was in the ‘70’s before he got hooked up with Ananda.