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Jindabyne Kayaking: Wollondibby Creek

I have a tradition of kayaking on Australia Day. This time it was a short exploration of a no-name creek off Lake Jindabyne.

After my… 363 more words

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One Reason

With another round of snow expected this weekend and temperatures in the twenties it is no time to paddle. It is a good time to reflect. 601 more words

Flathead Lake

Jindabyne Kayaking: Lake Jindabyne

I’ve been craving mountains ever since Nigel’s summer mountaineering trip in New Zealand. With prohibitive prices for last minute flights in the school holidays, I instead opted to spend the Australia Day long weekend in Australia’s mountain capital – the Snowy Mountains. 295 more words

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Hey Out There!

Hey world, friend or foe, all are welcome, to the freak show that is about to unfold! Before I begin, I must warn you that I considered Googling “how to write first blog post” before writing this post. 536 more words

Adrenaline

Kayak Balmoral to Manly Wharf

Yesterday I registered for the annual Kayak for Kids which is coming up at the end of March. It is an18km or so paddle from McMahons Point all the way around to Clontarf passing under the Harbour Bridge. 241 more words

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Kayak Shopping

After 6 years of amazing service I’ve bitten the bullet and am in the market for a new kayak. I’ve been umming and aghing for sometime, but after the latest round of locking my back up lifting my near 30kg boat onto the car the time has come. 280 more words

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Pic of the Day: Rainy Day Paddle

A rainy day in Sydney today meant almost no one at Balmoral Beach and a peaceful paddle of my favourite circuit around Middle Harbour. Wonderful. I will share the full paddle details shortly.

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Pic Of The Day