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Canoeing: Downcreek Paddles KingFisher and Big Dipper reviews

www.downcreekpaddles.com
By Richard Harpham (www.canoetrail.co.uk)

Once in a while we find something in life that transcends its original purpose and design and put simply, stops us in our tracks. 824 more words

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Canoeing the coast of death (Costa da Morte) to the end of the world

(Cap Finisterre) via Santiago de Compostela by paddlers: Simon King, Steve Seinet-Martin and David Truzzi-Franconi
By David Truzzi-Franconi

The first full day of our annual canoe adventure ironically found us hauling the canoes on trolleys loaded with three weeks camping gear (170lb in my case)! 2,309 more words

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Where rivers meet the sea – England’s Southwest estuaries

Story: Tim Gent
Photos: Tim and Susannah Gent

Something is on the move beyond the sand dune, a small flickering knot of herring gulls following watchful overhead. 2,030 more words

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Long weekend on the Haliburton Highlands Water Trail

In Ontario, Victoria Day long weekend usually signals the start of the outdoor camping season for many. This year was no exception, with the Humber Outdoor education… 578 more words

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Zambezi Canoe Challenge and visit an elephant orphanage WVS has supported

Spend four days on the Zambezi River, looking out for elephants, hippos, impala, waterbuck and maybe catch a rare glimpse of a big cat! After the canoe challenge, you will return to Lusaka to visit the elephant orphanage and learn more about the work of WVS in Zambia. 2,020 more words

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The River Slea & the Kyme Eau 

First posted http://www.igreens.org.uk in 2006.

Rising on the limestone hills of Willoughby Heath the Slea flows eastwards to the Witham, changing its name to the Kyme Eau halfway.   687 more words

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