Breaking the Rules of Summer: Never Mix Alcohol and Watersports

On a jet ski, sure, but if God favored aquatic prohibition, he wouldn't have made beer coolers the same size as inner tubes

May 16, 2012
Outside Magazine
  1. Get a pair of inner tubes from a tire store. Haggle the shop guys down to $5 each, and get them pumped up, too.
  2. You’ll need five four-to-six-foot cam straps to rig your tubes, as shown.
  3. The camp chair should be within arm’s reach of the cooler.
  4. Cam straps go through the beer cooler’s handles and under the chair.
  5. Use a mesh drag bag to keep beers within reach and river cool.