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    Of course, you could just paddle it Paul, and not...

    Of course, you could just paddle it Paul, and not worry what its made of ;)

    Interesting stuff, actually. I'm guessing that reducing the layers would probably indeed be possible, but that there's a...
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    Looks great!

    Looks great!
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    Fabulous place. Great to see you back, Ingo.

    Fabulous place.

    Great to see you back, Ingo.
  4. That would be awesome Andy, be fab to catch up...

    That would be awesome Andy, be fab to catch up with you both.
  5. Just popped down to inspect, as levels have risen...

    Just popped down to inspect, as levels have risen a bit today. Backwater is quite strong, also the cut, but still OK for paddling. If it stays like this, Triggs wouldn't be recommended for a complete...
  6. Hey folks, OK, having rudely interrupted...

    Hey folks,

    OK, having rudely interrupted Ellery's plans here's what looks like happening.

    Some of us are wild camping relatively close by to the Tannery at Send on the Wey, hence the secret...
  7. Hey. Sent you a Pm but basically should be about...

    Hey. Sent you a Pm but basically should be about for a Triggs Loop, but might be pushing it for a 9.30 start.
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    Hello and Welcome! Club isn't a bad idea, as...

    Hello and Welcome!

    Club isn't a bad idea, as Doug says there are plenty that welcome families who aren't (yet!) interested in racing or whitewater.

    Many of us have owned inflatables at various...
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    Remarkably different in those levels, bet it was...

    Remarkably different in those levels, bet it was great fun though!

    I love an (occasional) high water paddle, reminds me of a similar trip down the Medway in which we paddle OVER at least one lock....
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    What a brilliant reminder of your triumph in not...

    What a brilliant reminder of your triumph in not coming last. Dry. Ish.
  11. Aye, not long indeed. Intending to arrive late...

    Aye, not long indeed.

    Intending to arrive late Fri afternoon also.
  12. I never expected to see that sort of rock scenery...

    I never expected to see that sort of rock scenery in Ireland. Lovely looking paddle and a great way to finish your adventure.
  13. I've been meaning to do the same to mine....since...

    I've been meaning to do the same to mine....since December 2010...



    As others say, there are thousands of drilled Royalex hulls out there, doesn't seem to be a problem.
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    Fabulous. Lovely day out with family, can't beat...

    Fabulous. Lovely day out with family, can't beat it.

    And that really is a nice canoe...
  15. Agree, you can't go wrong with Thule. Current...

    Agree, you can't go wrong with Thule. Current aero bar set is on its 4th car, and thankfully my laziness in not selling off the "adaptor" feet etc has actually meant that the latest use feet I didn't...
  16. Most websites that sell roofracks will allow you...

    Most websites that sell roofracks will allow you to either choose the model and age of the car, or some will even do it from number plate. They'll then tell you what racks they sell that fit.
  17. Lovely. Yep, that would work. However, I'm not...

    Lovely. Yep, that would work.

    However, I'm not going to steal Rob's thunder, once he finishes his own video of the trip; knowing him he'll write and record his own music...
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    Clivedon and Cookham tomorrow 12th Oct?

    If the weather isn't too rubbish, thinking of grabbing the window between strong winds tomorrow, and heading to Boulters Lock at Maidenhead on the Thames. Paddle up to Cookham along Clivedon Reach,...
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    OK, anybody worked out how to share a Paddle...

    OK, anybody worked out how to share a Paddle Point now? The web address doesn't change at the top now, nor are there any (obvious) links?


    EDIT: OK, had a message to say this will be sorted soon!
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    I found it worked better when I went to full...

    I found it worked better when I went to full screen on the map, though I would rather it went to full "window" than my whole screen (so I can Alt/Tab between websites whilst planning/blogging etc)....
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    Paddle Points changes

    Hi folks,

    Those that have been around for a while will know that Paddle Points was started by SOTP member Ben a number of years ago. I got involved soon afterwards, and helped with a lot of the...
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    https://live.staticflickr.com/4390/35668987223_abb...

    https://live.staticflickr.com/4390/35668987223_abba1068c9_h.jpg

    Rogen, though possible more of a HAM, ham & cheese toastie appreciation...




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    Not the wrinkled stockings!? Please NO! Keep...

    Not the wrinkled stockings!? Please NO!

    Keep 'em coming chaps...
  24. Thanks Chris. Right, back to wishing I was...

    Thanks Chris.

    Right, back to wishing I was still in Sweden...
  25. Hello and Welcome! It really depends what you...

    Hello and Welcome!

    It really depends what you are doing with the swimlines. If they're just that, a means of grabbing a line, heading for shore, then pulling in the canoe after you, then just...
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