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Steve King of the shorebreak

It’s late Autumn. The mornings are cooler now as we waited for the first rays of light to slowly rise over the Mt Lofty Ranges bringing a soft light if not warmth. 417 more words

Sea Kayak

NW Paddle Fest '16

This year I meant business. And pleasure. I found my dream kayak.

CompariFest

I went last year and loved going but didn’t really know what I was looking for in a kayak. 749 more words

Kayak

One down, 55 to go.

Friday was a glorious day, so a pier visit was planned.

After an early visit to the garage to get my car serviced, I wanted to visit Clacton Pier. 276 more words

Paddles, Penguins and Parrots

– Paddles, Penguins and Parrots –

A Kayak Expedition in Patagonia Part I

Will it float? Seumas asked. From a rusting tin shed we had dragged our kayaks across a rocky slab to the sea, he was only half joking; this was the moment we were to find out if we had brought kayaks or submarines. 2,632 more words

Adventure

Talk on our Ireland adventures at Stackpole Seakayaking Festival 20-22 May 2016

Found this shot of a Lion’s Mane jelly fish in amongst some photos from our trip around Ireland last year.

If you want to hear more about our little adventure, Geoff will be heading off to the National Trust’s Stackpole Seakayaking Festival 20th – 22nd May to give a talk about it. 57 more words

Paddle Trips

Early Morning on the Forth

A quick morning paddle before work, passing Inchkeith and with a breakfast stop on Inchcolm. Not quite early enough to catch the full changing light of dawn, but lovely to start off a week with sun rising over the Firth of Forth.

Paddling

Wind, Waves and Worry

                                                           WIND, WAVES AND WORRY                                                            Steve Dresselhaus

The 25-knot winds were not the predicted 14-knot winds.  My plans to cross the Canal de San Lorenzo in the Sea of Cortez near Baja’s capital city of La Paz where I live had been based on the smaller number from the current weather forecast.   1,829 more words